A Sneak Peek at Sister George “Threads”

The era is the swinging 60s in London, a time of rapid, social, and political change. BBC Radio actress, June Buckridge (Sister George) is struggling to remain relevant in an England caught up in the cultural upheaval. Designer Cyndi Lohrmann … Read More

In The Beginning, There Was Sister George

By: Laura Peters, Board President Before there was Bruce or Caitlyn Jenner, before same-sex marriage, before gay pride and before AIDS…even before disco, there was Sister George. George was a new kind of leading lady, and audiences sat up and … Read More

What Would Sister George Eat?

By: De Kaplan, Managing Director of Max & Louie Productions Well, well, well… I get to write the first blog for the Max & Louie website! Hurray! At first I was at a loss for what to even write about. … Read More

Max & Louie’s Fifth Season Takes Off!

For its fifth season, Max & Louie Productions will mount a disturbing comedy and a brand-new theater piece. “The Killing of Sister George“, by Frank Marcus, runs July 10-26 in the Wool Studio Theatre at the JCC’s Staenberg Family Complex, … Read More