When you walk into the East Theater at the Dairy Center for the Arts, you see a man puttering quietly about the stage. The setting is simple: a white chair dead center; a set of coveralls suspended from a hanger to your left; a table holding sound equipment to your right. As the play progresses and the man retrieves his memorabilia from behind the speakers, this table becomes more and more cluttered. Bouncy tunes fill the air: "What the World Needs Now," "You've Got a Friend" and "I... More >>>