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Review: Raising Martha, Park Theatre

Erring on the ridiculous, Raising Martha is a new satirical play by radio writer David Spicer on animal rights activism, familial greed and cannabis with a lead actor who looks curiously like Jeremy Corbyn. 424 more words

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NICE FISH REVIEW - By Alice Evers

Last night I went to see Nice Fish at the Harold Pinter Theatre. A play written by Mark Rylance and Louis Jenkins, directed by Mark Rylance’s wife Claire Van Kampen, and performed by Mark Rylance and Jim Lichtscheidl. 645 more words

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Rocky: A Horror Show at the Wardrobe Theatre

Written for Weston-Super-mum

Rocky: A Horror Show proves that the other Rocky offerings were only placed on this earth as the ingredients for this show. After the world shattering success of Goldilock, Stock and Three Smoking Bears last Christmas at the Wardrobe the tickets for this show flew out of the door faster than a fast thing. 338 more words

Lighthearted Play is Precise, a Little TOO Precise

Phileas Fogg wagers half his fortune that he can travel around the world in 80 days and engages in a series of adventures in pursuit of the prize.  1,130 more words

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Heathers the Musical at McGill University - Montreal

In case you don’t know me personally or are new to this blog, musicals are kind of my jam. Like, I have seen a lot… 412 more words

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Delightful! 13 Things About Ed Carpolotti at The Broad Stage (January 19, 2017)

Two-time Tony nominee Penny Fuller is delightful as Virginia Carpolotti. Her husband, Ed, just passed away and then the secrets start to reveal themselves. She soon learns that her sweet husband has a lot of debt to a bunch of shady characters. 133 more words

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In a Director’s Viewpoint: Arizona Broadway Theatre’s “Camelot”

Reviewed and written By Jay Horne

Production History

Camelot is a musical by Alan Jay Lerner (book and lyrics) and Frederick Lowe (music). It is based on The king Arthur legend adapted from T.H.White’s novel: The Once and Future King. 1,213 more words

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