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  • Ryan McGinnis as Ren, Emily Fry as Ariel, Joe O'Neill as Rev. Shaw, Amy Armstrong as Vi in FOOTLOOSE at King of Prussia Players.

    Dancing in KOPP’s FOOTLOOSE Makes the Show a Hit!

    I may run out of superlatives in this review. King of Prussia Players’ FOOTLOOSE is that good! First time director Tammie Reimer has set the bar very high for herself. The real star of the evening is choreographer Lauren McGinnis. For sheer exuberance and inventiveness, she has done a yeoman’s […]

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  • Robert Lewis in the title role and Brandon Bittner as Sowerberry in the musical, OLIVER!

    MCT’s OLIVER Leaves You Wanting “More”

    Charles Dickens’s Oliver Twist is a dark tale the purpose of which is to alert people to the evils of the workhouse. MCT has found in Lionel Bart’s version, OLIVER!, a tune filled, fun driven, and kid friendly musical delight. Several performers deserve special mention. As Oliver, Robert Lewis is […]

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  • Stephanie Smith in LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES.

    Dangerous Performances in ActorsNET’s LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES

    The ActorsNET concludes its 19th season with LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES, a dark and remorseless amoral tale in which war is fought with words rather than on a battlefield. From the moment you enter the Heritage center you will be stunned by the gorgeous set (Ken Junkins) on the intimate stage. […]

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    MUSICAL OF THE LIVING DEAD is Bloody Good Fun

    When they say Splatter Zone, they’re not kidding. Some of the audience members in the front rows for Bootless Stageworks’ MUSICAL OF THE LIVING DEAD now playing at the OperaDelaware Black Box Theater, were decked out in plastic ponchos and shower caps — it’s a pretty funny sight, but once […]

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  • Joel Guerrero, Andrew Parcell (in the rear); Matt Tallman, Rebecca Cureton in foreground in a scene from THE 39 STEPS (Photo credit: Ashley LaBonde of Wide Eyed Studios).

    Hedgerow Goes Hitchcock with THE 39 STEPS

    It’s summer, so that means farce time at Hedgerow Theatre, and this season they’ve chosen to present Patrick Barlow’s stage adaptation of THE 39 STEPS, which is about a man in London who tries to help a counter-espionage agent prevent an organization of spies called “The 39 Steps” from stealing […]

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  • The Ritz Keeps ‘em in Stitches with YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN, THE MEL BROOKS MUSICAL

    The Ritz’s YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN (Franken-steen) plays even funnier today. It’s a show that keeps you talking about it and laughing all the way home. You know the obvious bits and telegraphed jokes. A few groaners, but nothing falls flat. Still, we can’t help the giggling. Fans and devotees of the […]

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    12TH NIGHT at MST, Just $12 on July 12th!

    Come see Shakespeare 12th Night for only $12 bucks on July 12th! What’s even better than seeing Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night at the Milburn Stone Theatre? Seeing it for only $12 bucks! Since the title of the show is “Twelfth Night” and it is the first show of the 2014 / […]

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    THE MUSIC MAN: All About Family at Town and Country Players

    BUCKINGHAM – Meredith Wilson’s critically acclaimed THE MUSIC MAN is playing at Town and Country Players from July 18th to August 2nd. Director, Nancy Ridgeway, is pleased to present this very popular, family-oriented musical on the T&C stage for the first time. Con man, Harold Hill, played by John Zimmerman, arrives […]

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  • Adam J. Wahlberg as Mr. Hyde (Photo credit: Scott Serio / Cecil Scene)

    JEKYLL & HYDE: Black and White in Theatrical Form

    Theatre is an all encompassing medium for expression of thought.  The ideas that form the bases for theatrical works come from everywhere, e.g., fine art, poetry, news, current events, social problems and in the case of this review, literature.     Milburn Stone Theatre (MST) has taken the musical, JEKYLL & HYDE, […]

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  • Anthony Cipollo as Don Juan and Brian Richichi as Mephistopheles in DON JUAN IN CHICAGO at Village Players of Hatboro.

    Village Players of Hatboro’s DON JUAN IN CHICAGO is Rollicking, Bawdy Good Time!

    Don Juan (Anthony Cipollo), a handsome, rich nobleman in sixteenth-century Spain, is a thinker and a seeker. interested in finding the meaning of life. He is attended by a more “earthy” servant, Leporello (Tim Schumann), who urges him to find a girlfriend. Worried that a normal life span will not […]

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