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“The Sweetest Swing in Baseball”

“The Sweetest Swing in Baseball”

One of the high spots in our theater community is watching young troupes come to life and grow. Often, when a new company is formed, it is a case of “vanity”, where they either didn’t like the works of another company they were working with, or [Read More]

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“The Downpour”

“The Downpour”

Robin is married, living in Chicago and Hazel, who writes children's books is a loner. As the story unfolds, we learn [Read More]

“Isaac’s Eye”

“Isaac’s Eye”

The theater in the back of the book store one of the few left in today's high-tech world), is quite intimate with [Read More]

“Princesses & Heroes”  Disney on Ice  reviewed by Maya Bouchend “homme”

“Princesses & Heroes” Disney on Ice reviewed by Maya Bouchend “homme”

"The costumes were realistic. Flounder was adorable. I liked the costume of the camel in Aladdin's marketplace (I think [Read More]

“My Name is Ascher Lev”  reviewd by Lawrence Riordan

“My Name is Ascher Lev” reviewd by Lawrence Riordan

Often, adaptations of novels fall flat (largely because plays are so dialectical), but Aaron Posner’s script [Read More]

“The Game’s Afoot”

“The Game’s Afoot”

Not wanting to spoil the "whodunit" part of this sterling, hysterical comedy, I will only tell you that what you think [Read More]

“Methacular” reviewed by Lawrence Riordan

“Methacular” reviewed by Lawrence Riordan

I understand that Strafford wanted to write the play in a way which made sure that we never felt like we were being [Read More]

“The Arsonists” by Lawrence Riordan

“The Arsonists” by Lawrence Riordan

Alistair Beaton’s English adaptation of Max Frisch’s 1950’s German play “The Arsonists” works well in The [Read More]