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    PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE: A Genius Walks Into a Bar….

    Find out what could have happened if Picasso and Einstein had met once in a bar in Paris in 1904. Presented by the Pennington Players, PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE, by Steve Martin (yes, THAT Steve Martin), comes to Mercer County Community College’s Kelsey Theatre Fridays, April 24 and May […]

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    THE GOLDEN COACH Barrels into Chestnut Hill

    THE GOLDEN COACH, a lusty comedy-farce, adapted by Yaga Brady from the classic play, “Le Carrosse du Saint-Sacrement”, by Prosper Mérimée, opens at The Stagecrafters theater on Friday, April 10, 2015. It is a stylish reincarnation – in a long line of stage and screen versions – of the story […]

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    King of Prussia Players Produce Beautiful BRIGADOON

    What a pleasure to be in the audience at the current King Of Prussia Players offering of BRIGADOON at the Shannondell theater. The 1950’s Lerner and Loewe tuneful musical gets a loving revival in their hands. I don’t remember seeing a show danced as well as this one. Tom Blair […]

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    WEST SIDE STORY Comes to The Grand Theatre

    WILLIAMSTOWN, NJ – The Grand Theatre and the Road Company are excited to present the romantic tragedy that changed the face of musical theater: WEST SIDE STORY. The classic tale of courtship, love, and revenge runs from April 30 – May 16, 2015 (Thursdays at 7pm; Friday and Saturdays at […]

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    MRS. WARREN’S PROFESSION at Players Club of Swarthmore March 20-28

    The Players Club of Swarthmore Second Stage presents MRS. WARREN’S PROFESSION by George Bernard Shaw, in a staged reading directed by Ruth Fischer of Swarthmore. The cast includes Michael Steven Schultz of Primos, Ryan Goulden of Drexel Hill, Kevin McPeak of Media, George Mulford of Swarthmore, Kathleen Coll Senkow of Clifton […]

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    Newtown Arts Company Presents COME BLOW YOUR HORN April 9 through 15

    Neil Simon’s first Broadway comedy smash COME BLOW YOUR HORN, marks the opening of Newtown Arts Company’s 2015 season and will run from April 9 through 15 at the historic Newtown Theatre. Leaving home, young Buddy Baker, played by Joey Joyce of Langhorne, arrives unannounced at the luxurious Manhattan apartment […]

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    JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK at Resident Ensemble Players

    The working class tenements of Dublin, Ireland during the Irish Civil War period are not uplifting or contemplative places to set a theatrical production. Sean O’Casey set his Dublin trilogy of working class plays there, and The REP took a large gamble by including in their current season the piece […]

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    White Star Line Earns Gold Star at Barley Sheaf: TITANIC: THE MUSICAL

    I was honored to have the opportunity to review one of the most magnificent productions of the well-renowned TITANIC: THE MUSICAL, produced by the Barley Sheaf Players. I thought it appropriate to give Keith the night off and bring my sister, Linda Clark, who has been a Titanic Historian since she […]

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    Don’t Miss BUS STOP at Old Academy Players

    Old Academy Players is currently presenting BUS STOP, the story of an unusual usual night in a small town, when travelers are thrown together to wait out a storm in a small diner. The characters create a series of small storms of their own while waiting. Many recall the classic […]

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  • Officers Eric Sheridan (Anthony Lawton) and Billie Dwyer (Karen Peakes) tie up Todd (Jake Blouch) in Act II Playhouse's production of UNNECESSARY FARCE, now extended until March 29. (Photo
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    Spring Forward With UNNECESSARY FARCE At Act II

    “Two Cops. Three Crooks. Eight Doors. One Killer in a Kilt.” Ambler’s Act II Playhouse is bringing much needed laughs to their audiences with a springy production of Paul Slade Smith’s UNNECESSARY FARCE. It’s directed by David Bradley and runs in their Butler Avenue theatre from now through March 29. […]

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