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“Linda Vista” Reviewed by Carol Moore

“Linda Vista” Reviewed by Carol Moore

 Recommended *** As soon as Wheeler (Ian Barford), the central character in Tracy Letts’ new play, “Linda Vista”, opens his mouth, you know he’s a jerk, and you know that someone that opinionated will never change.  Although the dialogue is well-written and very [Read More]

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“Traitor”

“Traitor”

A Red Orchid Theatre is known for bringing  us powerful stories in their very intimate space in “Old [Read More]

“Harbur Gate”

“Harbur Gate”

War is hell! Anyone who has been involved with the current war, or for that mater, Viet Nam ( although we never [Read More]

“She The People”

“She The People”

Highly Recommended **** This is a Second City production, so instead of placing this review at Theater, I am also [Read More]

“Boy”

“Boy”

What would you do if an accident took away a part of one of your children that could change their life? Anna [Read More]

Fireside Restaurant

Fireside Restaurant

Have you ever heard of the expression, “A DESTINATION RESTAURANT”? I am sure you have. What this means is a [Read More]

“Rose”

“Rose”

Last year, when The Greenhouse Theater Center was presenting its hit “SOLO” series, I missed one of the [Read More]

“For The Loyal” reviewed by Jeffrey Leibham

“For The Loyal” reviewed by Jeffrey Leibham

RECOMMENDED***              Lee Blessing’s play “For the Loyal” was completed in 2015, [Read More]