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Theater Reviews
Sunday, 16 January 2011 01:30

Perfect Wedding? Well, one rose short of a bouquet

Written by Laura Kyro
The good news is, the Kirkwood Theatre Guild's current production of Perfect Wedding is evidence that British Farce (a theatrical force all its own, which is why I put it in caps) is alive. And a fairly new British Farce,…
Wednesday, 12 January 2011 11:23

Upstream bites more than they can chew with Cooking with Elisa

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Several area theatre companies are staging works by acclaimed playwrights to illuminate the turbulence of today's political climate. While some author's reference current events to push an agenda or present alternate points of view; others, such as Argentina's Lucia Laragione, weave…
Tuesday, 11 January 2011 00:08

Generations generating laughs

Written by Bob Wilcox
Community theatres love Joe DiPietro's Over the River and Through the Woods. It has four juicy roles for actors who've been around for awhile, and community theatres always have plenty of actors who have been around for a while.
Monday, 10 January 2011 23:46

The Giver giveth, The Giver taketh away

Written by Bob Wilcox
Eric Coble has turned Lois Lowry's popular novel for young people The Giver into a play. Both novel and play tell of a place that appears to be a utopia – no violence, no serious conflicts, no poverty, no hunger,…
Pericles is seldom performed, and there are many good reasons for that. It is probably not written entirely by Shakespeare—most likely, he is responsible only for the second half (and the change in the language from Act II to Act…
Sunday, 09 January 2011 23:57

Spamity Spam, wonderful Spam(a lot)!

Written by Laura Kyro
As someone who spent her formative years memorizing skits from the British comedy troupe Monty Python, and who celebrated the release of each new Python movie, I was one of those in the audience of Spamalot at the Fox who…
Having read the promotional materials for The Fall of Heaven, my expectations weren't high. It sounded like Walter Mosley had cobbled together his collection of short stories (The Tempest Tales) into yet another riff on Here Comes Mr. Jordan/ Heaven…
Okay. I like spectacle. I love the circus. I love to dream. Above all, I love Christmas. (Well, actually, Christmas and I are in this "love-hate" relationship, where I love the innate idea and feel of it, but hate when…
The Nutcracker is best known as a ballet that comes around as reliably as Santa and shopping each Yuletide. Here, however, Tchaikovsky is out and Neal Richardson (original music and lyrics) is in. Playwright Sarah Brandt has adapted the original…
"A double header," Beverly Brennan appropriately called her cabaret paired with storyteller Bobby Norfolk's performance piece. They both talked about baseball in very different but equally entertaining ways.
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