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    OBSP’s LEND ME A TENOR Hits a High Note at Levoy Theater

    The Off Broad Street Players takes on LEND ME A TENOR. Director Walter A. Webster appears to have a knack for bringing out the best in his actors in this never dull presentation. Originally titled Opera Buffa, it takes place in 1934, in a hotel suite in Cleveland, Ohio. World […]

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  • The cast of MAID TO ORDER at Newtown Arts Company.

    NAC’s Newest Comedy is MAID TO ORDER For All Audiences

    A good farce is hard to find, with more theaters preferring to do dark and brooding rather than fun and carefree stories. Newtown Arts Company’s newest show is a delightfully fun over the top farce. MAID TO ORDER starts with a slow build, but 15 minutes in the laughs start […]

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  • Carlo Campbell, Ryan Walter (as Audrey), Sean Close (as Touchstone), Lee Cortopassi (as Amiens). (Photo by Shawn May)

    Don’t Miss a Comedy Romp AS YOU LIKE IT at Quintessence

    Along Germantown Avenue in Mt. Airy is the home of Philadelphia’s own Quintessence Theatre Group. When the theatrical pieces fit so perfectly, the public needs to know. According to the program note of Alexander Burns, Artistic Director, Quintessence is “…dedicated to the performance and adaptation of epic works of classic […]

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  • Pat DeFusco and Maria Panvini in BROKEN GLASS.

    Pieces That No Longer Fit: BROKEN GLASS at SCTC

    A difficult piece done well by South Camden Theatre Company. SCTC chose to open their 10th season with the presentation of a troubled work by an American theatrical legend. Arthur Miller’s oeuvre is full of explorations of strained marriages, the Holocaust and American anti-Semitism. BROKEN GLASS is Miller’s combination of […]

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  • Store clerks Christopher (Laura Watson) and Weinberl (Chris Braak) scheme to have an adventure in the Dramateurs production of ON THE RAZZLE.

    Go ON THE RAZZLE at Dramateurs For a Night of Silly Fun

    ON THE RAZZLE is a term the British press use occasionally to describe a celebrity who has drunk (or is about to drink) a considerable amount of alcohol. In Tom Stoppard’s adaptation of the old Viennese play “Einen Jux will er sich Machen” by Johann Nestroy, the characters pretend to […]

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  • The cast of BEYOND THERAPY: Back Row (L-R): Bob Petrik (Stuart), Bob Harris (Andrew) Joe Forstromm (Bob).Front Row (L-R): Linda Walsh (Charloette), Kevin Christian (Bruce), Lisa Litchko-Stunder (Prudence).

    Village Players Mount BEYOND THERAPY

    BEYOND THERAPY by Christopher Durang is a difficult play to produce at any level, so kudos to The Village Players of Hatboro and director, Zachary Palmer for challenging themselves to mount such a complicated and layered play. BEYOND THERAPY is a series of related vignettes that take place mainly in […]

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    Macabre and Mischievous ADDAMS FAMILY at Milburn Stone Theater

    Opening night audiences at Milburn Stone Theater (MST) at Cecil College in North East, MD, were provided with an early Halloween event. THE ADDAMS FAMILY treats their audiences to everything they expect from the iconic clicking theme to fleeting glimpses of Thing and Cousin Itt. While the TV show had […]

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  • Elwood P. Dowd (played by Matt Enters, left) shares a moment with his best friend Harvey—an invisible six and a half foot tall rabbit in Act 1’s production of HARVEY, playing October 1to October 12 on the Main Stage of the Labuda Center for the Performing Arts, Center Valley, PA.

    Hilarious HARVEY at Act 1

    The mounting of a classic comedy by a college is bold in that theater students do not always appreciate the timeless nature of a classic. Such was not the case last night at Act 1, the performing arts arm of DeSales University who has provided Philadelphia, New York and other […]

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  • Alice Weber, Fred Ezell in a scene from The Bridge Players Theatre Company's THE BROTHERS GRIMM SPECTACULATHON.

    The Bridge Players Theatre Company’s Scandalous Take on The BROTHERS GRIMM

    “These are not your children’s fairy tales,” taunts the Bridge Players Theatre Company’s BROTHERS GRIMM SPECTACULATHON as they poke fun and act silly recreating them on stage. Performing as a stage company tasked with recreating 209 of the brothers’ collected fairy tales, the Bridge Players take aim at the venerable […]

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    Yardley Players Get Caught in Christie’s THE MOUSETRAP

    There are various statements made about the run length of Agatha Christie’s THE MOUSETRAP. This comedic mystery opened in London’s West End and has been running there ever since! It has by far the longest initial run of any play in history, with its 25,000th performance taking place on November […]

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