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Archive for March 24th, 2012

“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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“Cookie Love” a cookbook for the Cookie Monster

“Cookie Love” a cookbook for the Cookie Monster

when I was asked to read a new book, "Cookie Love" written by Chicagoan Mindy Segal with Kate Leary, I said, "Why [Read More]

American Girl Place- a family tradition

American Girl Place- a family tradition

American Girl Place, a young girl’s fantasy, has become our family tradition. Yes, as each granddaughter has [Read More]

“The American Clock..A Vaudeville”

“The American Clock..A Vaudeville”

While this is not classic Miller, it is solid theater and an experience that you should have if you enjoy unique [Read More]

“Soul Brother, Where Art Thou ?”

“Soul Brother, Where Art Thou ?”

the six talented performers to alter the script based on their audience and the response (or lack of) on the fly. [Read More]

“Billy Elliot”

“Billy Elliot”

Powerful! That is probably the best word with which to begin this review. Last night’s opening night audience at [Read More]

“Anything Goes”

“Anything Goes”

Two hours and fifteen minutes of solid escape from reality into a world of laughter, song and dance (Robin always makes [Read More]

“Badfic Love” review by Lawrence Riordan

“Badfic Love” review by Lawrence Riordan

However, that may or may not be have been Pasen’s intention, and his dialogue, which convincingly balances camp with [Read More]