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Bridges Crossed and Bridges Left Behind at The Dio

By Daniel Skora

It was first a bestselling novel by Robert James Waller that sold a phenomenal 50 million copies worldwide. A critically acclaimed film followed, starring Clint Eastwood and Meryl Streep, who took home an Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in the movie. 740 more words


One Murder Down, One to Go!

I am feeling a combination of the satisfaction from participating in a well-received performance and post-play letdown.  Mostly satisfaction right now, the letdown will kick in more fully tomorrow.   262 more words


About that Fake Poo...

I thought I would use today’s post to plug He Laughed Himself to Death, the murder mystery dinner theatre Ilion Little Theatre is presenting at Morning Star Methodist Church in Ilion April 1.   356 more words


Sherlock Holmes and the Cabaret

Spending some time at the theatre is a good way to temporarily disconnect from the woes and troubles of the world and take in a bit of old school live, on-stage entertainment. 251 more words


Going “Barefoot in the Park” an Issue at The Dio

By Daniel Skora

“There are two kinds of people”, says Corie Bratter as she lectures her husband Paul during the first big argument of their barely one week old marriage. 673 more words



Our friend Mac called late Friday to say he and his wife had two extra tickets to a dinner theatre for Saturday evening, and would we like to go along? 129 more words

I Tell ya Chum, it's Time to Come... Blow Your Horn

Originally published as: “Blow that Horn!”

Happy New Year from sunny Jacksonville, Florida where I’m currently employed at the Alhambra Theatre & Dining playing Buddy in… 363 more words