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  • From Kokandy Productions’ LOVING REPEATING
    Loving Repeating by Kokandy Productions
    Scot T. Kokandy began his theater career as an actor but in 2010, he fused his business acumen and love for the theater to found KokandyProductions. Since its inception Scot’s eponymous company has produced seven mainstage productions and...
  • A.R.T.  offers summer camp
    Boston's A.R.T. offers free summer theater and writing camp
    The American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) in Cambridge Massachusetss and 826 Boston announce the third annual WORDplay Summer Theater and Writing Camp for children ages 11-14. Twenty-five students have been chosen by lottery to participate in the...
  • Michigan Shakespeare Festival
    Summer brings Shakespeare to Michigan
    There’s something about summer we just associate with Shakespeare. Many of us include a trip to Canada in our vacation plans in order to visit the Stratford Festival, which is always a treat. But the wonderful thing about summer is that...
  • The month opens with play openings and other theater events
    The month opens with play openings and other theater events
    Polarity Ensemble Theatre presents its annual Dionysos Cup Festival of New Plays (July 9-19) with readings of new works by Chicago-area playwrights at Chicago’s Greenhouse Theater Center on 2257 N. Lincoln Avenue. For tickets ($10-$15) and...
  • "Baloney" - All Singing, All Dancing, All Fun Male Revue
    Another chance to eat up sexy all male "Baloney"
    "Magic Mike XXL" may be in town - but that's just a movie.If you want sexy live men in San Francisco's Gay All-Male Revue, you need to go to Club Oasis July 9-11."Baloney" you say - well "Baloney" it is.The...
  • La Cage Aux Folles at Goodspeed
    Cagelles enjoy 'best of times' in Goodspeed's 'La Cage Aux Folles'
    For two of the dancers in the Goodspeed Musicals’ current production of “La Cage Aux Folles,” these are indeed “the best of times,” as one of the production’s songs indicates, as they are experiencing the thrill...
  • Twelfth Night with Sara Topham as Olivia
    “Twelfth Night” Opens Globe’s Outdoor Summer Season
    San Diego, CA--- Twelfth Night or What You Will is said to be one of Shakespeare’s most favored romantic comedies. It also shares the same elements of Comedy Of Errors. Both are plays about identical twins, separation (“How have you...
  • Annie the Musical
    Chipper, ingenius Annie at The Winspear
    Inspired by the popular comic strip, set during the Depression, Annie is a strange phenomenon. Combining grit, cynicism and kitsch, it manages to avoid the obvious pitfalls of such an endeavor, peddling optimism without blowing sunshine. Annie...
  • 'Closure'
    'Closure’ is a new mystery with a surprising finish
    Theater goers who enjoy mysteries will be delighted with a new play titled “Closure” by Richard Dresser which is having its premiere run this month at the New Jersey Repertory Company. Mr. Dresser has seventeen previously published...
  • Mormons all around
    Who wouldn't love to read and sing along with the good "Book of Mormon"
    I’ve been quite the moron about “The Book of Mormon,” which currently is playing as part of Broadway San Jose through July 12.I was in New York in 2011 during its previews. They don’t allow press to attend previews as they...
  • scene from 'Henry V'
    Shakespeare & Co offers minimalist but powerful take on 'Henry V'
    A hard working and dedicated “happy few” did indeed give us much more than just “a little Harry in the night” as Shakespeare & Company takes us once more into the breach with a low-tech, high-touch and rewardingly...
  • July offers planned laughter with theatrical comedies
    July offers planned laughter with theatrical comedies
    “Oedipal Arrangements is a sketch comedy revue about finding where you belong, being who you are, and going after what you want,” says Amy Anderson, producer of the show that opens this month at Chicago’s Gorilla Tango Theater...
  • John Gielgud performing Ages of Man, Hamlet Act V
    Sir John Gielgud's magnificent Shakespeare's "Ages of Man" finally comes to CD
    Columbia Masterworks has released a compact disc version of Sir John Gielgud's magnificent Shakespeare's "Ages of Man." The original production opened on Broadway three days after Christmas in 1958, and played a scant 40...
  • 21st annual Jersey Voices One-Act Festival
    21st annual Jersey Voices One-Act Festival at Chatham Playhouse
    The Chatham Community Players (CCP) will host its 21st annual Jersey Voices One-Act Festival with four performances between July 31 and August 9. This year’s production will include six original short plays and one original dance piece...
  • The Alhambra wins once again with "Seussical the Musical"
    Fine dining with characters at 'Seussical the Musical' in JAX
    Did you read the 10-star-review that was given to the latest show at the Alhambra Theater & Dining? Well, the current presentation of “Seussical the Musical” will please your eyes, ears and the meal that Chef DeJuan Roy has...
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