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  • Richard Thomas, Khaled Nabawy and Ned Eisenberg are the players in Lawrence Wright's "Camp David" at the Old Globe.
    Globe’s "Camp David" brings back memories of another time in history.
    In 1978 Egyptian President Anwar El Sadat, Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin and President Jimmy Carter signed what has been called The Camp David Accords. It took thirteen days of negotiating; lots of hand holding, threats to break off...
  • The Untamed Stage
    Review: 'The Untamed Stage' at Thrillpeddlers
    This reviewer is a member of the San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle.In the days of the Weimar republic, before the rise of Hitler and the Third Reich, the marvelous city of Berlin was known both for its decadence and its artists:...
  • Scene from the Natiional Tour of 'Dirty Dancing'
    Bushnell's 'Dirty Dancing' has audiences seeking the times of their lives
    There’s plenty of dirty dancing in the national tour of what the producers call “the classic story on stage” of “Dirty Dancing,” which opened Tuesday night, May 24, at Hartford’s Bushnell Center for the...
  • Spring Awakening
    Runway's 'Spring Awakening' astonishing, exhilirating, defiant
    “Spring Awakening” is an intriguing musical, mixing rage and despair, frustration and melancholy. Based on Frank Wedekind's play released in 1891, it explores the ordeals of teenagers struggling to cope with the onset of sexuality,...
  • 2 Pictures
    Unbound Productions History Lit reprises 2 plays and adds a new one at PMH
    Four years ago, the producers at Unbound Productions tried something new, different from their usual Wicked Lit adaptations of horror stories. Directors Jonathan Josephson, Paul Millet and Jeff G. Rack adapted three stories with historical...
  • Tuck Everlasting is a must-see
    Tuck Everlasting is a must-see
    Tuck Everlasting, playing on Broadway at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York is an educational musical about life. How long you live is not nearly important as how you live. The family musical has a lesson for the audience. Would you live forever...
  • The cast of Main Street Players of Boone County's 2016 production of 'Terror by Gaslight'
    'Terror by Gaslight' performed by Main Street Players
    As we approach the summer months, which means musicals will mostly reign supreme in the theatre world, your Rockford Theater Examiner took the opportunity to squeeze in one of the final dramatic performances gracing local stages. Terror by...
  • Working
    'Working': the musical that tells everyone's story
    Main Street Theater continues their 40th season with the premiere of the revised musical "Working" on Saturday night.This musical is based on the novel “Working: People Talk About What They Do All Day and How They Feel About What...
  • ‘Gruesome Playground Injuries’ a life journey
    ‘Gruesome Playground Injuries’ a life journey
    It begins when Kayleen [Sara Rae Foster] and Doug [Jeff Ward] meet each other for the first time in the school nurse’s office. Kayleen has an upset stomach but Doug, well Doug has his face split open from a gruesome playground injury. She is...
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    The Broadway League Honors Albert Nocciolino With Lifetime Service Award
    Rochester Broadway Theater League is pleased to announce that partner/presenter, Albert Nocciolino, was presented with the DISTINGUISHED LIFETIME SERVICE AWARD during The Broadway League’s 2016 Spring Road Conference on May 17, 2016. The...
  • 'Hairspray Jr'
    'Hairspray Jr' opens at the Woodlawn Theatre this Friday
    This Friday is the opening of Woodlawn Academy for the Performing Arts’ production of ‘Hairspray Jr' at the Woodlawn Theatre main stage. It is produced by three separate casts that include youth, middle school and teen performers...
  • Troy Iwata and Sittichai Chaiyahat in The Boy Who Danced on Air at Diversionary Theatre.
    “The Boy Who Danced on Air” is a must see.
    In Turkey, young immigrant children from Syria are used for slave labor. In the United States the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act for children living in poverty is being questioned (it was championed by First Lady Michelle Obama) and in Afghanistan...
  • Kate Rockwell and Scott Drummond as Mabel Normand and William Desmond Taylor in Hollywood at the La Jolla Playhouse.
    La Jolla Playhouse brings “Hollywood” to San Diego
    It’s a noir mystery. It’s a bit less than a thriller. It’s Hollywood; the name the place and the show. The La Jolla Playhouses latest entry to the year of new plays, Hollywood in a world premiere, written by Joe DiPietro (Memphis...
  • Welcome to Arroyo's
    REVIEW: Welcome to Arroyo’s
    Artes de la Rosa presents this regional debut of Welcome to Arroyo’s, a play written by Kristoffer Diaz. This comedy/drama or dramatic comedy will have you all over the place. This story consists of several plot lines; none really become the...
  • The Picture of Dorian Gray
    'The Picture of Dorian Gray' gets a fresh perspective at Slipstream
    Slipstream Theatre Initiative, know for its reimagined classics, is bringing a clever dramatization of Oscar Wilde’s “The Picture of Dorian Gray” into the decadent, golden years of Hollywood. In this setting, the infamous &ldquo...
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