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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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“A View From The Bridge”

“A View From The Bridge”

This is a strong story about love, loyalty, jealousy, hate and survival with an ending that you will not see coming and [Read More]

“Our Class”

“Our Class”

"Our Class" winner of Poland's prestigious Nike Literary Award. This is a play that director Nick Sandys felt was one [Read More]

“Pinkolandia”

“Pinkolandia”

This is a story about people! Directed by Ann Filmer, on a set designed by Joanna Iwanicka, that truly fills the small [Read More]

“The Dance of Death”

“The Dance of Death”

This is a two act play with three characters that takes place in or about 1900 in an island in Sweden. The tale is [Read More]

” Les Miserables”

” Les Miserables”

under the sleek and smooth direction of the always remarkable Rachel Rockwell) we are treated to a powerful rendition [Read More]

“The Great God Pan”

“The Great God Pan”

To be honest, I am of the opinion that Herzog, who I admire very much, needs to take a second look at her play and [Read More]

“God’s Work”

“God’s Work”

This particular 90 minutes of story-telling is one filled with hope and sensitivity as they create art out of ugly [Read More]