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A set of crossroads was apt for Red Line Productions’ A View From The Bridge – it needed little else.

Taking place amidst a turbulent period of American history and immigration ever as relevant today, a large crossways straddled with audience members is here complemented simply by a single chair, a marked departure in tone and setting for those fans of the great Arthur Miller’s work. 450 more words


Stage left. Stage Right. Bow. I still love you.

Stage left entrance, the lights dim. A young man, his most striking feature a pair of sad, soft eyes, nervously shuffles towards a small red dot at the front of a barren stage. 2,018 more words


"Fringe 2017: UVic alumni and students bring the internet to life"

This summer I was asked by The Martlet to check out some theatre at our local Fringe Festival. Luckily enough, I was given the chance to attend  92 more words

The Martlet

At Orlando Rep, "Newsies" delivers

Sitting in the audience of Orlando Repertory Theatre’s production of the musical Newsies, I felt a burst of hometown pride. That the theater is one of the first in the nation to tackle the Broadway musical is reasonable enough to cheer. 388 more words

Blogs: Local Performances

American Jewish Historical Society Censorship Allegations


What happened?

Earlier in October, the American Jewish Historical center made the controversial decision to cancel two of their upcoming events.  This included a reading of the play “Rubble Rubble” by Dan Fishback, which was canceled after a smear campaign from right-wing activists.  429 more words

Public Relations

Venues of Tucson

We at VaudVil are slowly compiling a list of every venue in Tucson that can be utilized by local artists. This is a long and time consuming process so it will take a very long time. 265 more words


World Premiere: The Prince of Egypt

Yesterday, my friend and I went to see the new stage musical The Prince of Egypt at the Mountain View Center for The Performing Arts. It’s a TheatreWorks Silicon Valley production in collaboration with Fredericia Teater in Denmark, where it will be staged in April with a Danish cast and the same actor playing Moses. 1,165 more words