For 26 years, Pegasus Theatre has been taking the color out of stage comedy. They do it in "Living Black and White," a trade-secret method of makeup, costume and scenery that strips all the color away onstage -- except for the slip of an actor's pink tongue or a glimpse of blue eyes. Pegasus' cu ... More >>
Pegasus' annual black-and-white offering should pick up the pace.
Playwright Kurt Kleinmann's stays mum on how they drain color from the stage.
Spend New Year's Eve in black and white
Thumbs up or toes up for reviewers at Pegasus; big voices in Broadway Our Way
Gypsies make Broadway Our Way a gay old time; Pegasus back in black and white
Pegasus Theatre wins with a comic tribute to B-movies and three guys named Stooge
Pegasus Theatre's latest whodunit colors its murders in shades of comedy
Is way too often for the jokes in Pegasus' latest
Because Dallas keeps lining up for Kurt Kleinmann's monochromatic comedies
Pegasus does its old-movie spoof in Another Murder: Another Show!
Even Louda, Fasta, Funnya! needs more of all three
Pegasus Theater's A Degree of Death! delves into the depths of Queer Theory
DTC's Avenue X croons a theme of racial harmony