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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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” Highwood still has it!”

” Highwood still has it!”

In reality, when you dine at Washington Gardens, the "family" is still present. We had dinner there the other night; [Read More]

“The King and I”

“The King and I”

As the strong-willed Governess/teacher, Anna, Marriott has cast the perfect actress, Heidi Kettenring, whose acting [Read More]

“Welcome to America” review by Lawrence Riordan

“Welcome to America” review by Lawrence Riordan

t’s a great and realistic performance, so much so that I regretted it was only 50 minutes, but it’s heavy stuff and [Read More]

“Strandline”

“Strandline”

But it is the entire cast of women who truly bring these words to us in a way that allows us to hear clearly (despite [Read More]

“The Hundred Flowers Project” review by Lawrence Riordan

“The Hundred Flowers Project” review by Lawrence Riordan

(There is some highly symbolic and stylized but affecting violence, reminiscent of video footage of any number of [Read More]

“Titanic”

“Titanic”

While the music is nothing to write home about, it has moments that will hold you and certainly keep you into the [Read More]

“The Lieutenant of Inishmore”

“The Lieutenant of Inishmore”

In fact, it is hard to believe that the tickets for this production are a mere $20 ( only $10 for seniors and students) [Read More]