The music is sharp and sassy. The dance numbers jump and jive.
But it’s the stories of Zora Neale Hurston that make “Spunk” come alive in the new California Shakespeare Theater production.
George C. Wolfe’s adaptation of three tales by the great Harlem Renaissance author is driven by the blues, and the pulsing, finger-popping twang of Chic Street Man’s score serves the production well. Read More