Post Tagged with: "Barley Sheaf Players"

The Math Works for LIFE X 3

Reviews May 3, 2011 at 11:47 am 0 comments

We all reflect upon those obvious moments that completely changed the course of our lives.  What if you never were introduced to your spouse?  What if you had swerved to avoid colliding with that minivan?  But consider something seemingly less significant.  What if you chose Fruit Loops instead of Cheerios […]

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A Tuneful Trip INTO THE WOODS at Barley Sheaf

Reviews March 14, 2011 at 7:39 pm 1 comment

Ever wondered what would happen if a bunch of self-important fairy tale characters got mixed up in the same story together? In Stephen Sondheim’s musical INTO THE WOODS, with the book by James Lapine, that’s exactly what happens. And it’s woven together in a most amusing and tuneful way. The […]

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Turn of the SCREWTAPE

Reviews September 10, 2010 at 10:30 pm 1 comment

Barley Sheaf Players’ newest endeavor, the dramacomedy SCREWTAPE, is more inspired by than a strict adaptation of C. S. Lewis’s The Screwtape Letters. In a nutshell, senior demon Screwtape (Eric Merlino, clearly having fun in the role), who is bound to hell, sends his inexperienced nephew demon Wormwood (Steve Harding) […]

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THE DROWSY CHAPERONE worth the attention

Reviews July 16, 2010 at 9:58 pm 0 comments

Barley Sheaf Players selected THE DROWSY CHAPERONE as their summer Teen Production�the cast, crew, and some of the support staff are students from the surrounding area. Director Ron Quirk has assembled quite a talented group of young performers, and the production gives them a chance to show their talents well. […]

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Romantic Regrets Haunt Members of FOLLIES at Barley Sheaf

Reviews June 5, 2010 at 8:31 pm 0 comments

While it would be nice to look back on our lives with no regrets, many of us have them. The decisions we make in life do have consequences and, as a result, people we care about get hurt. The Barley Sheaf Players’ production of FOLLIES reminds us of how haunting […]

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