Tag Archives: Pacific Theatre

Danny and the Deep Blue Sea

Pacific Theatre’s production of John Patrick Shanley’s Danny and the Deep Blue Sea is a moving, funny and provocative performance. Directed by Jason Goode and starring Aleks Paunovic and Lori Triolo, it is a play that challenges you to think about the nature of self-abuse, forgiveness and our profound need for others. Read my review for Converge Magazine here.

An Awkward Adjective

Pacific Theatre’s creative director Ron Reed has devoted his life to his faith and his art. While the productions undertaken by Pacific Theatre are not proselytizing, they specifically explore Christian themes. “If something is important to Jesus it is going to show up on our stage probably,” said Reed.

More about the founding of Pacific Theatre, art, and faith in my latest article for Converge Magazine.

The Great Divorce at Pacific Theatre

I went to see C.S. Lewis’ The Great Divorce by Pacific Theatre.  It is a creative and compelling rendition of C.S. Lewis’ unconventional meditation on heaven, hell and what may be in between.

Read the review I wrote for Converge Magazine.

The Great Divorce will be playing until June 18.