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I've seen "Les Miserables" several times at the Fox, in two versions, and a couple of times at The Muny. But the current production by the Alpha Players of Florissant is the first I've seen by a community theatre group. It will not be the last. It's a daunting project, and I hope it continues to be done as well as they're doing it at Alpha Players.

Published in Theater Reviews
Tuesday, 22 May 2012 21:14

'God's Favorite' is a trial

If anyone can transform the Book of Job into a comedy, it’s Neil Simon. So I thought. I was wrong.

Published in Theater Reviews
Sunday, 02 October 2011 22:25

South Pacific but north of Highway 70

The Alpha Players of Florissant have definitely taken on an ambitious production in their staging of South Pacific. This lavish musical is set against the backdrop of American and Japanese hostilities in the islands of the south pacific during WWII. 

Published in Theater Reviews
Saturday, 21 May 2011 19:36

A Tasty Brew

When Joseph Kesserling wrote Arsenic and Old Lace back in 1941, I'm certain he had no idea that seventy years later theater companies would still be producing it and that audiences would still be laughing.

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