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Theatre this week: see a rock musical or play burlesque Clue

One of the most awarded, and innovative, rock musicals of this century is spun from a play that scandalized the early 20th. Spring Awakening is adapted from the landmark 1891 Frank Wedekind play Spring Awakening: A Children’s Tragedy that shocked its contemporary audiences by exploring the volatile world of teenage sexual discovery, the taboo repressed under the proprieties of the time. 248 more words

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All About Theatre

I thought hard about what to write to you about this week.  Actually I think hard about it every week but this week I was a bit stuck.  499 more words

Review: TUTS "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying"

How to Succeed, the TUTS Edition: 1) Decide to produce a crowd-pleasing classic. 2) Hire a great director and cast. 3) Build clever, colorful sets and design lovely costumes. 651 more words


John Cooper’s ‘The Boy Friend’ Is ‘A Gem’ According to New Director

7pm Nov. 11 & 12 | 2pm Nov. 12 & 13 

Tickets $20 Adults, $10 Students/Seniors

Although “The Boy Friend,” may not be familiar, the show’s director, Cooper’s new theater arts teacher Mary Rotella, says “it’s a little gem.” The story takes place over a 24-hour period at a finishing school in the French Riviera. 421 more words


Local director wins country's top theatre award, the Siminovitch Prize

Wakefield’s Nadia Ross has been named the winner of the country’s most prestigious theatre award, the Siminovitch Prize.

“To be recognized by the Siminovitch Prize for directing is life-changing. 316 more words


Richard O'Brien's Rocky Horror Picture Show

Director Amy Blackmore is proud to carry forward the classic Rocky Horror tradition this Halloween season

To tremendous success, Mainline Theatre is performing Richard O’Brien’s The Rocky Horror Picture Show… 466 more words

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