Post Tagged with: "Langhorne Players"

A Stamp of Approval for MAURITIUS

Around the Region April 17, 2011 at 8:28 pm 1 comment

Watching the Langhorne Players’ production of MAURITIUS felt like being in a seedy off-Broadway theater, watching real method actors sort through a whole range of emotions. It was like finding a rare stamp among a collection of regular first-classes. It was the first time in a long time I got […]

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ORSON’S SHADOW – Great Theatre at Langhorne Players

Around the Region October 5, 2010 at 9:13 pm 1 comment

“I cannot be responsible for all the things I say…” was a line from ORSON’S SHADOW, a dark, manic-depressive play, produced by the cutting edge Langhorne Players at Tyler State Park, near Newtown, PA. That’s how I feel having seen the show. I am afraid of what will roll off […]

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EURYDICE at Langhorne Players Inspires Discussion

Around the Region August 20, 2010 at 10:58 pm 0 comments

The Langhorne Players in Newtown have a slogan on their logo…”Plays Worth Talking About.” That is certainly the case with their newest offering, EURYDICE by Sarah Ruhl. EURYDICE is a retelling of the classic tale from the title character’s point of view, and with some interesting additional characters. And the […]

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