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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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“Amazing Grace”

“Amazing Grace”

The voices of each cast memebr is sheer perfection. Every actor is unique and as I said earlier, the story is easy to [Read More]

:Dead Accounts” reviewed by Lawrence Riordan

:Dead Accounts” reviewed by Lawrence Riordan

If the dialogue makes the script, than it is the characters that make the production, and the perfectly timed and [Read More]

“Both Your Houses”

“Both Your Houses”

sees the items that are being added to the budget, he decides to be more honest and upright, no matter the cost. Now we [Read More]

“The Wild Party”

“The Wild Party”

Manhattan fable about love, drugs, alcohol, sex and decadence. The 100 minute (no intermission) story begins on a small [Read More]

“Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”

“Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”

It is almost as if the role was written just for them. That is the case in this production. Both Girolmo and Finnegan [Read More]

“The Art Of Falling”

“The Art Of Falling”

In several scenes, the dancers are projected on a large screen so that they appear to be floating in air, although [Read More]

“Owners” review by Lawrence Riordan

“Owners” review by Lawrence Riordan

Anyone who has lived in England will realize that accents are not homogenous even among people in the same place, [Read More]