For those who don't know, be warned... The Tony Award winning Avenue Q that opened last night at the new Theatre in the Park Indoor space at the Arts and Heritage Center is definitely not for kids. Yes, it has puppets and looks like Sesame Street, but with songs like The Internet is for Porn... Continue Reading →
The Story Without a doubt, Artistic Director and choreographer, Devon Carney understands the audiences of today, and jumps right in to the story, omitting the instrumental prologue, and taking us right to Herr Drosselmeiers’ workshop. Keeping the age range of the audience in mind, Drosselmeier’s scene appeals to the child in all of us. Children... Continue Reading →
Excellent lighting and set design present stunning images that highlight the scenes, and interesting projections are perfect for the needs of this travelling show. As advertised throughout the theatre, Les Mis is a music phenomenon, and this accomplished cast lives up to that praise with their memorable performance.
Cymbeline is a very interesting amalgamation of jealousy, treachery, war and romance. Overall it's a very smart production that blends many elements from the well known plays into one entertaining evening of theater.
Just like the title, this production is a bit Beauty and a bit Beast. But overall it hits all the marks and is sure to entertain those fans, young and old.
We all know Grease was an iconic movie of the late 70's. It blended the feel of the 70's with the music of the 50's and was a huge hit that solidified John Travolta as a bonafide movie star. The musical was first performed in Chicago in 1971 and quickly made the move to Broadway... Continue Reading →
Rumors. We've all heard them. Some of us have probably even been the source of some. And they are the basis for Neil Simon's play, Rumors, which opened at the Barn Players this weekend. This beautifully crafted farce tells the story of Charlie and Myra, but not from actual events, but through... you guessed it...... Continue Reading →
On the heels of last year's Broadway revival, which was the first Broadway production to be live streamed in theaters around the country, The Barn Players have mounted their own production of She Loves Me which opened Friday. This musical is based on a 1937 Hungarian play Parfumerie. That play and this musical also were... Continue Reading →
A lot of fun and Nunsense We've seen Broadway musicals from all sorts of things. Movies, plays, TV shows, cartoons... but did you know that the musical Nunsense, which opened last weekend at the Corbin Theater Company in Liberty, was created from a line of greeting cards? True story! Creator Dan Goggin's card series contained... Continue Reading →