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Mayhem, Music and Mirth in Bard on the Beach’s “The Merry Wives of Windsor”

RUN, don’t walk (even if only to your computer desk) to get tickets for one of the best productions Bard on the Beach has produced in its 27 years. It’s a remount of “The Merry Wives of Windsor” starring Ashley … Continue reading

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Chor Leoni’s Mane Stage welcomes summer fun

From the opening with Bernstein’s overture to Candide played by Ken Cormier’s wonderful band, to the closing of Cyndi Lauper’s “True Colours,” Chor Leoni’s annual Bard on the Beach concert had everything you could want for a summer’s evening (or … Continue reading

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Bard on the Beach: Romeo and Juliet wins hearts all over again

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From the moment you walk into the BMO Tent to watch the newest iteration of this renowned play, you know you are in for one “really big show.”  The sets by Pam Johnson are almost larger than life, but as … Continue reading

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United Players: The Lion in Winter

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United Players have produced another stellar production, worthy of praise and a few prizes! James Goldman’s “The Lion In Winter” depicts a family at war — with their father — with their mother — and with each other. This is sibling … Continue reading

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The Arts Club’s “Billy Elliot” shines with joy

Billy Elliot is a charmer. It’s fun, lively, humorous, engaging, thought-provoking and hugely entertaining! Nolan Faley as Billy was what you know every teen kid is: a little awkward, a little forward; a little impatient; often surprising,  but always lovable. … Continue reading

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