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  • Audience Review: MAN OF LA MANCHA at Forge Theatre

    Truly engaging theater draws the audience in and makes them forget that they are sitting in uncomfortable seats, watching a play. The players within the play do this for the onstage audience, and the entire ensemble helps to weave this spell for those of us just a little further out. […]

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  • Audience Review: SHAKESPEARE IN HOLLYWOOD at Stagecrafters

    It’s going to take a little magic for Max Reinhardt (Joe Tranchitella) to convince Jack Warner (T.J. Deluca) to film his vision of A Midsummer Night’s Dream in 1934 Hollywood. Ken Ludwig’s SHAKESPEARE IN HOLLYWOOD suggests that if the real Oberon (Jim Broyles) and Puck (Joshua Keiter) were on set, […]

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  • Audience Review: MORNING’S AT SEVEN at Old Academy

    Earlier this season, Old Academy staged SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER, a play set in this deep south with characters facing ugly, confrontational family issues. Paul Osborn’s MORNING’S AT SEVEN is an interesting bookend to that piece. This time, the family drama is set in the mid-west of 1938, and the tone […]

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  • PETER AND THE STARCATCHER Reveals The Neverland You Never Knew

    The Barley Sheaf Players warmly welcome you to join them for their final production of the 2016-17 regular season, PETER AND THE STARCATCHER. This heartwarming and hilarious tale is a prequel to the story of Peter Pan, and tells the story of how a lonely orphan became The Boy Who […]

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  • Audience Review: THE LAST FIVE YEARS at Footlighters

    THE LAST FIVE YEARS is a newer show with an enthusiastic following. It clearly delighted audience members who were familiar with the show and would have needed little prompting to sing along. Director Zach Workman was fortunate to have two strong leads and a versatile static backdrop that allowed the […]

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  • Newtown Arts Company Presents THE PHILADELPHIA STORY June 15-21

    Newtown Arts Company presents Philip Barry’s THE PHILADELPHIA STORY June 15 through 21, at historic Newtown Theatre, 120 North State Street, Newtown, PA 18940. This sophisticated 1939 stage comedy revitalized the career of Katherine Hepburn who one year later starred in the classic film version along with Cary Grant and […]

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  • Old Academy Player Proudly Presents MORNING’S AT SEVEN

    Old Academy Player proudly presents MORNING’S AT SEVEN, the award-winning play by Paul Osborn, directed by Loretta Lucy Miller, produced and staged managed by Janine Lieberman. Technical support is provided by Sarah Labov; costumes are designed by Jane Jennings. Show dates are June 9, 10, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, […]

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  • Forge Theatre Announces: MAN OF LA MANCHA

    MAN OF LA MANCHA has become one of the most enduring works of musical theatre. It was written in 1964 with a book by Dale Wasserman, lyrics by Joe Darion, and music by Mitch Leigh. Inspired by Miguel de Cervantes and his seventeenth-century masterpiece Don Quixote, it tells the story […]

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  • Audience Review: MEN ARE DOGS at Old Academy

    MEN ARE DOGS. It’s also the title of Old Academy’s last show. Despite the fact that he is, in fact, a man, playwright Joe Simonelli has a great ear for female grievances and dialogue. There are many laughs to be had here on the subject of relationships, but the tone […]

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  • Audience Review: SISTER ACT at Grand Theatre: Home of the Road Company

    It is So Much Fun! Sister Act opened on Thursday, April 27 at the Grand Theater in Williamstown. It is a fun filled, laugh out-loud, musical delight! The Road Company once again brings high quality theater to Main Street Williamstown. The story line is based on the 1992 movie starring […]

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