Run of the Mill’s Antigone was a great way for new audiences to be introduced to Greek tragedies. It was approachable, but still had the power of the spoken words that theatergoers of the past would appreciate. […]
It’s not your average night out at The Mill.
Through the efforts of Rich LeMay and Luke Spurlock-Brown, working together as Run of the Mill Theater, the restaurant — most frequently used as a music and comedy venue — will see a show of another sort: its first play. Stephen Adly Guirgis’ 2005 satire ‘The Last Days of Judas Iscariot,’ Run of the Mill’s inaugural show, opens on Friday, April 21 and runs through the weekend. […]