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Auditions Announced for COMPANY at The Carnegie

Robert is single, but all of his friends are married. He envies their love and companionship, but can’t seem to part with his bachelor ways. On his 35th birthday, they surprise him with a cake and a birthday wish that will leave him pondering the life he’s chosen. 506 more words

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Auditions Announced for SLEUTH at The Carnegie

The Carnegie Announces Auditions for SLEUTH!

Famous mystery writer, Anthony Wyke, loves to play games. But when he finds out his wife plans to leave him for a young travel agent, he plots a game with murderous consequences. 263 more words

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THE UNDERPANTS Review

Links to all reviews can be found using the REVIEWS link at the top of the page. Blog postings, links and more are available on my… 322 more words

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LCT Review of THE UNDERPANTS

This review has been reposted courtesy of the League of Cincinnati Theatres. For more LCT reviews click here to visit their reviews page.

If you are looking for a lighthearted night out, … 393 more words

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The Carnegie Theatre Series Promises Entertaining 2015-2016 Season Comprised of Old and New Classics

THE CARNEGIE’S THEATRE SERIES PROMISES ENTERTAINING
2015-16 SEASON COMPRISED OF OLD AND NEW CLASSICS

COVINGTON, KY- The last year has heralded change for The Carnegie with the installation of new Theatre Director, Maggie Perrino, but the great shows, phenomenal talent, and welcoming atmosphere of The Carnegie Theatre Series remain the same. 1,425 more words

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2015-2016 Season Announced by The Carnegie

At tonight’s opening of THE UNDERPANTS at The Carnegie, newly appointed Theatre Director Maggie Perrino announced their upcoming season.

The four shows include:

Aug. 21-30… 52 more words

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VIDEO: The Carnegie Presents THE UNDERPANTS

THE UNDERPANTS presented by The Carnegie, April 10-26.

Alluringly pretty housewife Louisa ignites debauchery in Dusseldorf when her underpants accidentally fall down during the king’s parade, shaming her stuffy husband and driving feverish interest in the room the couple are trying to rent. 47 more words

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