Into The Woods is now in
March 7 - April 2, 2017
Fiasco Theater's joyful, sardonic, and entirely delightful version of the show, done almost as a concert production with cheeky props and minimal set pieces, is sure to satisfy.
by Miyako Singer March 13, 2017
In Fiasco Theater Company’s production of “Into the Woods,” now at SHN’s Golden Gate Theatre, the trees are trimmed to their barest elements.
CLEVELAND, Ohio - For those unfamiliar with "Into the Woods," currently casting its spell in a thoroughly enchanting Fiasco Theater production at the Connor Palace, let me offer this primer: Stay for the second act.
For “Into the Woods,” Evan Rees is out of the pit. Rees is the music director and pianist for Fiasco Theater’s production of the Stephen Sondheim musical, which is stopping at the Kennedy Center following great success in New York. The show brings together fairy-tale characters — Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood and Jack (of beanstalk fame) among them — to examine what happens after happily ever after...
A feather duster. A ladder. A curtain rod. Amazing how the most humdrum of household items can be transformed into instruments of enchantment — exactly the way the droll magicians of Fiasco Theater make this happen in their delightfully unfussy take on the fractured fairy-tale musical “Into the Woods.” ...