Post Tagged with: "South Camden Theatre Company"

AWAKE AND SING at SCTC: Idealism vs Realism – Odets Style

Reviews February 21, 2013 at 6:09 am 0 comments

South Camden Theatre Company (SCTC) has an established and ingrained intention to bring little known theatre back to the people. With earlier efforts like EXORCISM, an early one act by Eugene O’Neill and WAITING FOR LEFTY, a piece of agit-prop written by Clifford Odets, SCTC challenges their audience to move […]

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EXORCISM: An Unforgettable Experience at SCTC

Reviews January 22, 2013 at 1:38 pm 0 comments

When one is passionate about something like theatre and attends productions frequently, one is always on the look-out for the unusual or unique performance. It piques curiosity and keeps interest fresh. This reviewer received such an opportunity when South Camden Theatre Company (SCTC) and Joseph M. Paprzycki presented EXORCISM written […]

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Free Staged Reading at SCTC

News July 18, 2012 at 3:54 pm 0 comments

‘Express Tracks’ – A new play written by South Camden Theatre Company’s Producing Artistic Director Joseph M. Paprzycki and directed by Daniel Student Producing Artistic Director – Plays and Players Theatre in Philadelphia. Play synopsis – People may or may not be who they claim on a hot, tension filled […]

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SCTC’s RADIO GOLF: Message is Loud and Clear

Reviews April 22, 2013 at 11:11 pm 0 comments

South Camden Theatre Company topped off its 8th Season with August Wilson’s RADIO GOLF, an intensely funny and serious play, delivering the playwright’s message loud and clear. And, the playwright himself couldn’t have picked a better cast and director to deliver it. Harmond Wilks and his wife, Mame, along with […]

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Not What We Would Ask For: SCTC’s INDOOR PICNIC is Charming and Uplifting

Not What We Would Ask For: SCTC’s INDOOR PICNIC is Charming and Uplifting

Reviews November 1, 2012 at 9:25 am 0 comments

Blaring polka music from the open window; lights shining down on the people ready to dance in the street outside the theatre; extended laughing and camaraderie: South Camden Theatre Company (SCTC) uses many aspects of the neighborhood to spotlight its good works. SCTC is at it again with INDOOR PICNIC.  Author Joseph […]

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Fantastic NIGHT OF THE IGUANA at South Camden

Reviews April 26, 2012 at 1:36 pm 1 comment

Seldom has a playwright plumbed the depths of the human heart and soul as thoroughly as Tennessee Williams. On the centennial of his birth, South Camden Theatre Company has devoted its entire seventh season to works by and about this great dramatist, closing with a stunning production of THE NIGHT […]

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South Camden Theatre Company Announces 2012 -2013 Season

News March 21, 2012 at 11:18 am 0 comments

CAMDEN, NJ — March 19, 2012 – The South Camden Theatre Company, a nonprofit professional theatre organization located in Camden, New Jersey announces its eighth season titled “Home in Waterfront South” featuring works written by Clifford Odets, August Wilson, Joseph M. Paprzycki and Eugene O’Neill. Opening the season October 26 […]

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Opposites Don’t Always Attract: TENNESSEE’S FINAL CURTAIN at SCTC

Reviews February 15, 2012 at 8:06 pm 0 comments

Walking into the South Camden Theatre taking a good look at the scene set for TENNESSEE’S FINAL CURTAIN introduces you to another place. The intimate set has a formality associated with a high class hotel sitting room and yet it contains a sense of disconnection. From the beginning and the […]

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SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER: Best Classic Theatre!

Reviews October 22, 2011 at 1:06 pm 0 comments

I never felt more inclined to shout, “CLASSIC THEATRE ROCKS!” It certainly did tonight. Tennessee Williams’ poetic words, his drama, lived on the South Camden Theatre Company stage! Tonight was an experience theatre goers don’t have all the time. When you are so moved, you forget where you are, you […]

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Reviews May 1, 2011 at 8:45 am 1 comment

South Camden Theatre Company’s production of MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN did justice to one of O’Neill’s most personal and difficult plays to perform. In what is often thought of as a “downer” of a play because of the subject matter, O’Neill gives us some chuckles by blending the real us […]

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GO IRISH at SCTC: A Stirring Examination of Celebrity Madness

Reviews March 19, 2011 at 6:25 pm 1 comment

My first time at the South Camden Theatre Company, Waterfront South Theatre, was practically my duty as an American Irish to witness the decline and fall of an artist.  I came in impressed with the new theater and left impressed with the fine work of Tom Flannery’s and Rodger Jacobs’ GO […]

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Is the U.S. Still Waiting For A New LEFTY?

Reviews February 6, 2011 at 12:29 pm 0 comments

Recently, as part of association with STAGE online, I have had two exciting theatrical review opportunities … one involved a very inventive and thought-provoking production of HAMLET in Maryland and the other a confrontational and equally thought-provoking production of WAITING FOR LEFTY at South Camden Theatre Company (SCTC) in New […]

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Lord Help the Sister: SCTC Presents THE OLD SETTLER

Reviews October 27, 2010 at 8:50 pm 0 comments

The title comes from the lyrics of Irving Berlin’s song, Sisters, written for the comic movie, White Christmas. While THE OLD SETTLER is not a comedy, the concept of sisters and the vagaries of their living together is key to understanding what unfolds on the stage. The script is very […]

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An Evening In Waterfront South Theatre Is A Chance To Stir The Soul!

Reviews September 29, 2010 at 11:59 pm 0 comments

To stir the soul is a much-wished-for sentiment shared by many who have spent their lives supporting the arts. South Camden Theater Company (SCTC) took this sentiment and made it a reality. Upon arriving at the theater for their opening(s) (I will get to that), the sense of community and […]

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