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Stray Dog Theatre brings a fantasy fairy tale to life in a charming staging of "Spellbound, a musical fable," a world premiere musical fable by the company's artistic director Gary F. Bell and his friend and writing partner Robert L. White. The inventive script borrows liberally from nostalgic interpretations of traditional European fairy tales with numerous quips and references to more contemporary American pop culture, from the blues, rock, and doo wop to children's books, movies, and television.

Published in Theater Reviews

The New Jewish Theatre production of David Hein and Irene Sankoff's unapologetically autobiographical musical "My Mother's Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding" is a pleasant and pleasing little show. It's so light that a stiff breeze would blow it away, but its heart is in the right place, which counts for a great deal.

Published in Theater Reviews

Once upon a time, there were a couple of white chicks named Alice Kinsella and Debra Sharn. They liked to sit around. And sing, now and then.

Published in Cabaret