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  • McKenzie Jones Clifford as Izzy, Steven Roberson Butler as Douglas, Dante Zappala as Leonard, Jackie Sherman as Kate and Adam Corbett as Martin in The Drama Group's production of SEMINAR by Theresa Rebeck.

    The Drama Group Teaches a Lesson with SEMINAR

    Many adults enjoy taking a class. Writers are very likely to use continuing education to share ideas and find ways to improve their craft. SEMINAR portrays the living room based class four writers take together with an acclaimed writer/editor as teacher. SEMINAR takes many twists and turns while the personalities, […]

  • Elizabeth Heflin as Lady Macbeth and Lee Ernst as Macbeth. (Photo credit: Paul Cerro)

    MACBETH: A Throne Made of Blood at Resident Ensemble Players

    It is safe to say that everyone who walked into the Roselle Center for the Arts to see the opening of MACBETH presented by the Resident Ensemble Players (REP) was unprepared for what happened during the next two hours. Whether the audience has seen multiple productions or this was their […]

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    Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, SNOW WHITE is Ardensingers’ Fairytale Told This Fall

    The Ardensingers, located in the bucolic artists village of Arden, is Delaware’s only Gilbert & Sullivan performance group and has been for over half a century. Each spring they present a fully staged version of a G&S classic. In the past, the fall show was either a G&S version of […]

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    PCS Second Stage Takes THE GOAT (OR WHO IS SYLVIA?) by the Horns

    Director Thomas-Robert Irvin, cast and crew have succeeded in mounting a deftly staged production of Edward Albee’s challenging outré examination of love, sexuality and tolerance. In this comedy infused tragedy, all starts out sparkling with an attractive, well-off liberal minded middle aged couple splendidly in love; a superb set up […]

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    He Said: BIG LOVE Attacks Big Ideas at Villanova Theatre

    In her dramaturgical notes for BIG LOVE at Villanova Theatre, Jill Jacobs points out that in the source for the play, “. . . the chorus serves as both chorus and protagonist. Playwright, Charles L. Mee focuses on a modern version of this conceit from Greek Drama to show that […]

  • Meghan Winch (Olympia) and Hallie Martenson (Thyona) sing “You Don’t Own Me” with their sisters in BIG LOVE, on stage thru Nov. 23 at Villanova Theatre. (Photo credit: Paola Nogueras)

    She Said: “Love Trumps All”—Or Does It? BIG LOVE at Villanova

    Villanova Theatre continues their current season with a production of Charles L. Mee’s provocative BIG LOVE. Directed by Villanova Professor—and Barrymore Award-winner—Harriet Power, BIG LOVE runs on the stage in Vasey Hall from November 11—23, 2014. Mee is known for a Picasso-like approach to playwriting and theatre; he takes found […]

  • Underling: Andy Kind-Rubin, Mrs Tottendale: Harriett Zeffirelli, Aldolpho: Jack Sariego, Chaperone: Meg Waldowski, Robert: Chris Seifert,
Janet Van De Graaff: Lisa Starke,George: Paul Ellis in a scene from THE DROWSY CHAPERONE at Willow Manor Players. (Photo credit: Debbie DeKalb)

    Willow Manor Players Offer Great Fun with THE DROWSY CHAPERONE

    THE DROWSY CHAPERONE is a theater lover’s play. Our host for the evening, aptly names “man in chair” breaks the fourth wall by inviting the audience to share his reminiscence of his favorite Broadway musical, The Drowsy Chaperone. His narration leads us on a gay romp through a typical 20’s, […]

  • Steve Zanine as Harry Roat and Casey Gerhart as Susy Hendrix.  (Photo credit: Erin Baliles)

    Suspenseful WAIT UNTIL DARK at DCP Theatre

    If there is a canon of plays that established theaters must do, then WAIT UNTIL DARK is probably in it. For her initial directing effort at DCP, Caris Baliles chose a tight play and allowed her actors the room to deliver the goods. WAIT UNTIL DARK is a classic mystery. […]

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    A CHRISTMAS CAROL: Holiday Favorite at Candlelight Theatre

    It’s that time of the year. Time to venture in attics and storage cabinets to retrieve holiday decorations. Time to pull out your Great-Grandmother’s recipe card for the family’s “best ever” dessert selection. Time to pen list, after list, after list of holiday gift items. And, in your spare time, […]

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    Laughs Plentiful (From Men and Women) at THE MALE INTELLECT: AN OXYMORON

    From the title of the current production at Bucks County Playhouse, you might think a male-bashing is in store…some man-hating person, full of bitterness, spouting off about the ugly side of the male animal. Not true…in fact, what we have is a very talented and funny man, telling man-secrets to […]


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