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Archive for March 12th, 2012

” 10 Ways To Kill Your Husband” reviewed by Jeff Brody

” 10 Ways To Kill Your Husband”     reviewed by Jeff Brody

We often forget that theater is entertainment and that entertainments need not be earth shattering, but only enjoyable. There are many theater-goers who enjoy just laughing for a few hours, which is why light comedy survives. Sit-com on TV is fun fare for audiences and [Read More]

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Is Barter the NEW way to do business?

Is Barter the NEW way to do business?

bar·ter ˈbärtər/ verb verb: barter; 3rd person present: barters; past tense: bartered; past participle: bartered; [Read More]

“Geezers”

“Geezers”

At the very start, we meet a young man, jack (a marvelous performance by Aaron Kirby,who is making his mark in our [Read More]

“Men Should Weep”

“Men Should Weep”

There are many set-backs and over the two plus hours of story-telling we know that these are strong people who despite [Read More]

“Principal Principle”

“Principal Principle”

We learn a great deal about the system and teachers in general, but in a way that is also entertainment. There are [Read More]

“Funny Old Broads” reviewed by Jane Bresloff

“Funny Old Broads” reviewed by Jane Bresloff

The songs ( many are paraphrased words to familiar melodies) as sung by Jan Slavin and Pam Peterson hit all the topics [Read More]

“The Story of the Marvelettes”

“The Story of the Marvelettes”

This is a wonderful look at some history and it is done with some powerful flashbacks as two of the "Marvelettes" are [Read More]

“Merry Wives of Windsor” reviewed by Michael Horn

“Merry Wives of Windsor” reviewed by Michael Horn

Director Nick Sandys has balanced this production with the right amount of physical gags and jokes to establish a tone [Read More]