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Lori Hunt and Roberto Guajardo in 'The Letters.'

The play examines the issues of a culture built on fear and deception, through a two-person power struggle fraught with suspicion, manipulation and intrigue. The taut psychological drama owes much to “1984,” George Orwell’s dystopian novel, as well as to the Soviet era that provides the play’s setting. Read more»

Roberto Guajardo in 'Three Hotels.'

Beowulf Alley's production of "Three Hotels," penned by Jon Robin Baitz, is a love story of sorts, telling the story of Kenneth and Barbara Hoyle, two idealistic former Peace Corp volunteers, now older but not necessarily wiser. Fine acting overcomes structural deficiencies in this mature tale of innocence lost. Read more»

The cast. (seated) Roberto Guajardo; (left to right) Sean Dupont, Cynthia Jeffery, David Johnston, Carrie Hill and Brad Kula

At first glance, the premise of 'An Empty Plate in the Café du Grand Boeuf' might seem unsubstantial. However, this production provides belly laughs, a dollop of irony and even some bittersweet emotional moments of truth. Read more»