Stephen Karam set out to make a thriller, so he wrote a play about an ordinary Thanksgiving dinner.
"Well I want a good show, even though my role has been reduced involuntarily from player to prop."
It was 1939 when Glinda the Good Witch first floated onto screens in her pink bubble. That moment in The Wizard of Oz became so memorable that stage adaptations over the years have employed hoops and rings to emulate that iconic entrance. But this holiday season, Glinda soars in on a flying trapeze.
Seattle-based Mickey Rowe is the first actor on the autism spectrum to be cast as Christopher in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.