#78: Buntport Theater Brian Colonna, Hannah Duggan, Erik Edborg, Erin Rollman, Samantha Schmitz and (sometimes) Evan Weissman are Buntport Theater, and it's not too far off the mark to think of this sextet of personalities as a single entity -- that's just how they work, slinging ideas back and for ... More >>
Buntport Theater solved a sizzling crime caper yesterday when a sheepish kid returned the stolen laptop on which the company kept its mailing list and other vital files. The theft happened while Buntport was conducting one of its regular Third Tuesday Great Debate. Since this one coinci ... More >>
Tomorrow night, Buntport Theater will open a new show, inspired by a true event, called Tommy Lee Jones Goes to Opera Alone. But the title belies the community effort it took for Buntport to produce and animate a nearly life-size puppet of the solitary actor.
Buntport Theater's Kafka on Ice -- created by the company in 2004 -- combines events from the author's life with incidents in his famous novella Metamorphosis (you know, the one that begins, "As Gregor Samsa awoke one morning from uneasy dreams he found himself transformed in his bed into a gigantic ... More >>
The big news at the Henrys on Monday, July 7, was that John Ashton, known for rambling jokes about each winner and routine insults to the critic-voters, wasnâ€™t hosting. Instead, the Buntporters -- Erin Rollman, Erik Edborg and Brian Colonna -- were there to, as they explained, "hip things up," whi ... More >>
Buntport cracks another case.
Buntport brushes up on the Bard.
Buntport explores the final frontier of comedy.
Buntport does right by an upside-down world.
Buntport presents a whale of a tale.
Our Town meets our town in Buntport’s latest.
Buntport makes magic with Something Is Rotten.
Buntport reaches new heights with A Synopsis of Butchery.
Buntport's Macblank, while funny, feels like an extended skit.
Buntport's Kafka on Ice slices up the melancholy author's life.
Buntport Theater has fun with one-acts and paper props.
Buntport's clever Idiot Box shows the tiny rubes behind the tube.
Buntport dazzles with silly yet serious inventiveness.
The 30th of Baydak needs to swim in deeper waters.
The Earth's Sharp Edge finds imaginative and joyous ways to cross borders.
Buntport's version of Shakespeare's forgotten yarn strikes a bloody good note.