Understanding the Conundrum of Religion in America

On September 6, 1620, the Mayflower set sail for the new world.  102 Pilgrims left the civilized Western world for the unknown trials of the New World.  Were they leaving for adventure?  For the romantic notion of living in a world untouched by civilization?  To help push forward Western ideals?Hell no.  They were leaving because … Continue reading Understanding the Conundrum of Religion in America

Fenix Theatre Co. Brings Shakespeare Back To The People

Quick refresher of what your high school English teacher taught you.  Shakespeare's plays were performed in daylight.  The common folk attended the plays and spent much of the performance eating, drinking, talking, and waiting for one of the Great Bard's dirty jokes -- of which there were always plenty.  In Elizabethan England high theater would … Continue reading Fenix Theatre Co. Brings Shakespeare Back To The People