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Theatrical Review of Brighams Playhouse 'The Scarlet Pimpernel' by Blogger Jenny Hatch

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I booked it down to Washington Utah last night, about a 45 minute ride from my home in Cedar City, to see…

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Review of WDG's THE CEMETERY CLUB by Karen Ractliffe

 

Wyong Drama Group’s first production of the season is The Cemetery Club by Ivan Menchell, an award winning playwright, television and screenwriter perhaps best known for his work as writer and producer on the long-running CBS comedy… 715 more words

Central Coast NSW

Review of GMS' PIRATES OF PENZANCE by Paul Ractliffe

I went to see GMS’s production of “The Pirates of Penzance” last weekend and enjoyed every minute of it. This is a modern adaptation that allows the Pirate King and Frederic to be more swashbuckling and for the comedy to be extended upon, especially in the more well known numbers such as “I Am The Very Model Of A Modern Major-General” and “With Cat-Like Tread”, the latter of which can run for a few encores depending on the enthusiasm of the audience. 293 more words

Central Coast NSW

Review of WWLT's YES, PRIME MINISTER by Karen Ractliffe

Woy Woy Little Theatre have made an exciting start to their 2015 season by staging an adaptation of the classic British TV show, Yes, Prime Minister, … 942 more words

Central Coast NSW

Review of GMS' Juniors' NARNIA, THE MUSICAL by Karen Ractliffe

The Central Coast’s theatrical year has made an impressive start this week with GMS Juniors’ sell out production of Narnia, the Musical adapted from C. S. 551 more words

Central Coast NSW

A review of Uniting Productions' "Antigone" by Karen Ractliffe

Classical performances are a rare treat on the Central Coast so I was thrilled when I heard Uniting Productions were planning to stage an adaptation of Sophocles’ … 969 more words

Central Coast NSW

A Review of WDG's "Sweet Road" by Karen Ractliffe

Wyong Drama Group’s final performance for the 2014 season was Sweet Road, an Australian drama penned by award winning playwright and scriptwriter, Debra Oswald. Oswald is probably best known for the Channel Ten hit series… 874 more words

Central Coast NSW