Obscene/Courageous Theatre is known for its offbeat, entertaining and sometimes disturbing productions. But the company’s newest show is a little different. “It’s a really cute play; it’s a love story,” says Sarah Crockarell, co-artistic director for Obscene/Courageous. “There’s no horror, nobody gets stabbed. It’s really based on slapstick and irreverent,... More >>>