When the cast of the Delaware Theatre Company’s production of The Foocy took the stage, the audience was looking at the author, the composer, the scenic designer, and the designer of the costumes, puppets, and masks. Indeed, these four constituted 80% of the five-member cast. Talk about an “ensemble effort!” The Foocy is a fable imagined by Anthony Lawton nearly 20 years ago, which he then adapted for the stage, first as a piece for the Philadelphia Fringe Festival of 2004 and then for a ...
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