Tag Archives: Princess Susannah

REVIEW – Disgraced – San Jose Stage

All you theater pieces providing a pleasant escape from the angry buzzing clutter of real life and a temporary break from discouraged, rage-engaged, politically charged Facebook feeds, take a step forward. Ah-ah-ah, NOT so fast Disgraced at San Jose Stage. … Continue reading

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REVIEW – A Day in Holywood, A Night in the Ukraine – Palo Alto Players

Low on plot and high on shtick, Palo Alto Players’ production of A Day in Hollywood A Night in the Ukraine, is a truly peculiar, motley mix of old Hollywood tunes and vintage Marx Brothers. While maybe not the most … Continue reading

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REVIEW – Curtains – Hillbarn Theater

Sometimes a show can be so fun, that even some atypically bad luck or questionable choices don’t irrevocably harm the overall production. Curtains is a big show, with big songs, big dance numbers, big set pieces and big demands on … 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- Violet – Tabard Theatre Company

There’s a miracle worth lining up for at the Theatre on San Pedro Square. It takes the form of a beautifully performed and soulfully written musical called Violet. It is both a whisper and a roar and it proudly shines … Continue reading

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REVIEW- Proof – Hillbarn Theatre

Some days the themes of a play directly correlate to one’s personal mindset, making for an especially layered and impactful experience. While you can’t always predict your mood (or the mood of the rest of the audience) or how it … Continue reading

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Musing – Final Thoughts on Cinequest Film Festival 25

I’ve mentioned before how film has followed me and intersected my living, but this year’s Cinequest stirred up a lot of emotions and while it’s always a bit sad at the end of the festival, 25 is going to be … Continue reading

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