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Archive for March 2nd, 2012

“Las Hermanas Padilla”

“Las Hermanas Padilla”

There are some fine performances in this 90 minute production ( no intermission) and the projections(Liviu Pasare), Lighting ( Michael C. Smith) and sound ( Christopher Kriz) all make the effects and moods a part of the show [Read More]

News at The Venue ( Horseshoe in Hammond)

News at The Venue ( Horseshoe in Hammond)

Many of us forget that we have a "little bit of Vegas" right in our own back yard. The fabulous VENUE located at The Horseshoe Casino in nearby Hammond ( just over the state line) offers us a myriad of shows- shows for every taste. [Read More]

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“It’s A Wonderful Life:Live In Chicago!”

“It’s A Wonderful Life:Live In Chicago!”

Many of the actors in this sterling, heart warming production have been around since its inception in 2002, but over [Read More]

“Wizard of Oz” with notes by Sarah and Adam Shaw

“Wizard of Oz” with notes by Sarah and Adam Shaw

"The Wizard of Oz", a remake and retake of the classic film into a one hour staged musical under the direction and [Read More]

“The Lion King” review by Lawrence Riordan

“The Lion King” review by Lawrence Riordan

The story of Disney’s “Lion King” is so well known that it hardly bears summary. A young Lion, Prince Simba [Read More]

Where do all the actors come from!” Check out “Cabaret”

Where do all the actors come from!” Check out “Cabaret”

In this production, which sparkled from start to finish, our Emcee/Master of Ceremonies ( the incredible Andy Cohen, [Read More]

The Mousetrap” review by Michael Horn

The Mousetrap” review by Michael Horn

This production is entertaining and well structured. Director Jonathan Berry shows skill in managing the movement and [Read More]

“The American Revolution” review by Lawrence Riordan

“The American Revolution” review by Lawrence Riordan

However, these shortcomings are somewhat mitigated by the simple, flexible, and convincing period costumes (Alice [Read More]

“Camelot”

“Camelot”

as imagined by guest director/choreographer Alan Souza, the show is kept under three hours and while the talent he has [Read More]