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Zany passion: The Marvelous and more Wonderettes

The year is 1958 and the location is Springfield High School or pretty much any high school in Anytown USA and it is senior prom night. The entertainment is being provided by four lovely young ladies calling themselves “The Marvelous […]

Zany passion: The Marvelous and more Wonderettes

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The year is 1958 and the location is Springfield High School or pretty much any high school in Anytown USA and it is senior prom night. The entertainment is being provided by four lovely young ladies calling themselves “The Marvelous […]

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Sacred Fools Theatre Company presents “Any Night” and it is not ordinary

As the show begins there are two players on stage. Their relationship is at best vague yet in some ways strong. There is some dancing and dialogue evolves as

Will they survive “The Marriage Zone”

It seems simple enough, a couple want to move up in life a little, get a new home in a better school district to help give the son a

This Rabbi has a mission and it’s complicated

The story is centered on a former Rabbi now administrator of a local soup kitchen serving homeless and other needy people in his community. But to his friends he

True love is not a piece of cake

Just imagine this: A young woman born and raised in North Carolina leaves home and goes to New York City after her mother dies. While there she falls in

Dial ‘M’ For Murder at the Lonny Chapman Theatre

Dial M for Murder is a 1954 American crime mystery film directed by Alfred Hitchcock, starring Ray Milland, Grace Kelly, Robert Cummings and John Williams. The screenplay and the

Kate Huffman rocks the Fringe Festival

In what is by far the most entertaining one-person show I have ever seen anywhere anytime Kate Huffman is knocking it out of the park. Her one woman show

Fringe Festival presents “love in the time of taksim”

love in the time of taksim is a one person show more to the point a one woman show and I typically don’t much care for one person shows

“Kinsherf’s Coat” a real highlight of Hollywood Fringe, according to unnamed sources

Dramatic Leaks State the ‘Play Without a Play’ is Actually Fun, Innovative Los Angeles — Bombshell reports have surfaced as the Hollywood Fringe sets to open that the weird, experimental

Fringe Festival presents world premiere of “Welcome to Heretofore”

The time is circa 1880 and the location is in America’s great west way out in the outskirts of nowhere. Mr. Barker, played by Steve Nevil, is an elderly

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