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REVIEW- Charley’s Aunt ’66 – Douglas Morrisson Theatre

Every so often I see a show that I’m relatively certain I’m the last on the planet to see. Such is the case with Charley’s Aunt which until last week I had somehow missed despite being assured it is frequently … Continue reading

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REVIEW- Mrs. Warren’s Profession – Douglas Morrisson Theatre

Every now and then you come across a show that feels too small, almost too intimate to be done on stage. I felt this way about Mrs. Warren’s Profession at Douglas Morrisson Theatre which was honestly a bit of a … Continue reading

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REVIEW – The Skin of Our Teeth – Douglas Morrisson Theatre

There are shows that stand the test of time because their content remains relevant to audiences and there are shows that stand the test of time because they provide a great challenge for actors. The Skin of Our Teeth, which … Continue reading

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REVIEW – Hank Williams: Lost Highway – Douglas Morrison Theatre

The acting ante is certainly being upped as more and more shows about musicians are being produced; shows where it is absolutely essential that the actors expertly play their own instruments. While I’m always in awe of any actor, and … Continue reading

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REVIEW – An Ideal Husband – Douglas Morrisson Theatre

I am not one for Politics. Correction, I’m an idealist when it comes to my political views, but more of a realist (okay, maybe a cynic) when it comes to my feelings about politicians. Right or wrong, there certainly seems … Continue reading

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REVIEW – THE WOMAN IN BLACK – DOUGLAS MORRISSON THEATRE

My discovery of the Gothic novel during freshman year of College was pivotal and profound. True, from a young age I’ve loved horror films, monsters, the paranormal and all manner of superstition, but the unearthing of an era of literature devoted … Continue reading

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REVIEW – Eurydice – Douglas Morrisson Theatre

I don’t consider myself to be a very emotional being. Well, that’s not entirely accurate. I’m intuitive and perceptive with regard to emotion, I’m just not easily or often found actually exhibiting emotions from the sentimental, romantic, sad or distraught … Continue reading

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