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  • Beauty Reigns Mini Supreme
    Toddler Pageants Get Drag Makeover in Award Winning Short Film Coming to SF
    Michael Phillis seems to be everywhere these days.As he amps up for the return of his gay all-male revue entitled “Baloney,” he also finds time to turn an entire evening in the screening of his short film “Mini Supreme.&rdquo...
  • Brenda Adelman, Carm Greco and Charles Peters in Sunset Park at Scripps Ranch Theatre.
    Scripps Ranch Theatre’s “Sunset Park” Both Funny and Poignant
    Scripps Ranch CA.---It’s a sitcom formula made in heaven. What to do with the parents when they can no longer take care of themselves? Only in playwright twosome’s Marley Sims and Elliot Shoenman’s (2005 premiere) “Sunset...
  • A Review of the Stage Play “a Daddy’s girl”
    A Review of the Stage Play “a Daddy’s girl”
    Chicago Heights, IL – Prairie State College in Chicago Heights, IL, has a lot to offer the south suburban region, and its theater is one of the school’s great assets. The theater provides an opportunity for those with talent, vision,...
  • The Archbishop's Ceiling is a winner with The Arvada Center
    The Archbishop's Ceiling is powerful
    The former Archbishop’s palace in an Eastern European capital has a room that could have possibly been bugged by the secret police. Sigmund, who is an author and who has embarrassed the current regime, is faced with a large decision of...
  •  "No Way To Treat A Lady" premiers at Issaquah's Village Theatre
    Village Theatre’s ‘No Way To Treat a Lady’ makes murder entertaining & funny
    Village Theatre of Issaquah’s latest production No Way To Treat a Lady is everything one would expect from a murder mystery musical set in 1970’s New York. In attending the show, one simply has to simply suspend reality to fully enjoy...
  • Steve Martin's comedy, 'Picasso at the Lapin Agile' overflows with laughs
    Steve Martin's comedy, 'Picasso at the Lapin Agile' overflows with laughs
    Comic Steve Martin made his career by doing stand up comedy and guest appearances on TV shows until his popularity caught the attention of movie producers, and then a successful career in comedies allowed him to stretch his persona into some...
  • ‘Tokyo fish story’ at South Coast Rep, dueling playwrights festivals
    ‘Tokyo fish story’ at South Coast Rep, dueling playwrights festivals
    If there seems to be more going on than ever at South Coast Repertory Theatre, that’s not far from the truth. If you’re fast, you can catch the world premiere of Kimber Lee’s ‘tokyo fish story” before it closes on...
  • Kathy Hendrickson to direct Pulitzer Prize-winning 'Proof' at Holmdel Theatre
    Kathy Hendrickson to direct Pulitzer Prize-winning 'Proof' at Holmdel Theatre
    Renowned director Kathy Hendrickson returns to the Holmdel Theatre Company to bring David Auburn’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Proof, to the Duncan Smith Theater. This production opens Friday, April 10th and runs through Saturday, April...
  • Theatre Review: 'Laugh' at Studio Theatre
    Theatre Review: 'Laugh' at Studio Theatre
    By Kyle OsbornePlaywright Beth Henley's body of work is something to take seriously (She won the Pulitzer for 1981's 'Crimes of the Heart' before she turned 30), but her newest play, 'Laugh', world premiering at Studio...
  • 99 Seat
    99 Seat theatre at risk in L.A.
    For a great many years I have been blessed with opportunity to enjoy live theatre in many venues including the major venues in the West End of London, on Broadway, in Chicago and Los Angeles. But some of the most enjoyable theatre can often be...
  • Colman Domingo
    Colman Domingo directs revival of A Band of Angels
    New York City Children’s Theater (formerly Making Books Sing) will be re-visiting one of their most beloved productions, A Band of Angels. Originally written and directed by the late Maya Churchill, the musical put a bright light on the...
  • 'The Huncback of Notre Dame'
    ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’ is a grand scale musical that captures the heart
    An outstanding new show is now playing at Millburn’s Paper Mill Playhouse. Based on a novel that was published in 1831 by Victor Hugo, “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” is a musical that is sure to please theater goers. Directed by...
  • Musical Peter Pan at Kean University
    'Children’s Theatre on Tour' at Kean University
    Kean University senior Becca Dagnall is no stranger to the art of theatre or the art of teaching. In fact, she’s a rare double major pursuing a B.A. in Theatre and New Jersey’s Early Childhood certification. “I don’t see...
  • "Outisde Mullingar" by John Patrick Shanley
    At Northlight, two gates open the way to the future in "Outside Mullingar"
    Two gates play an unusual role in “Outside Mullingar,” John Patrick Shanley’s tale about love and Irish stubbornness, now at Northlight Theatre.Rain sets the mood as the play opens in the Reilly kitchen following the death of...
  • Sleep No More
    Sleep No More Review
    Broadway and off Broadway plays are so predictable. There is a story line and a program to follow. The actors perform and the audience watches. Sleep No More breaks the rules of traditional theater where the set and the audience play an important...