Imaginary Beasts


Imaginary Beasts Takes on Thornton Wilder’s Early Stuff

April 24, 2013

I don’t think there’s a company in town that’s better equipped to take on Thornton Wilder’s early short plays than Imaginary Beats. Dealing with their brevity and vast range, while maintaining their headiness and sense of comedy isn’t easy to do. These plays jump from the mythological to the spiritual to the philosophical with slapstick […]


All Strung Up: Imaginary Beasts’ “The Death of Tintagiles”

November 16, 2012

You have until Saturday night to see Imaginary Beast’s latest installment of their heady and truly unparallelled brand of theater. I didn’t have enough good things to say about their last BCA production, a darkly comic and heavily stylized double feature, and this current production of Maurice Maeterlinck’s The Death of Tintagiles will only further […]


In the Garden of the Imaginary Beasts

June 20, 2012

There are just a few more days to catch one of the most original productions I’ve seen from the fringe scene in a long time. For their show Cruel Botany, Imaginary Beasts (known for their winter pantos) has paired two short and imaginative one acts that meditate on love and magic into a wonderfully unique […]


All the king’s horses and all the king’s men sent Old Icicle away again: Imaginary Beasts’ Winter Panto

January 24, 2012

Imaginary Beasts celebrate the British community theater tradition of winter pantomime with this light and warm original show sourced from Mother Goose.