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Drag of a Kind: "Leading Ladies," at the Richmond Hill Barn Theatre through August 24
Written By: Mike Schulz
Section: Theatre

Category: Reviews

2014-08-18 12:00:00

Jonathan Grafft and Nathan Johnson, and (clockwise from lower left) Mallory Park, Josh Wielenga, Sarah Ade Wallace, Andy Davis, Stan Weimer, and Jackie Skiles in Leading LadiesThursday’s audience certainly enjoyed the Richmond Hill Barn Theatre's Leading Ladies, judging by their loud snorts and uninhibited guffaws. Ken Ludwig provides plenty of fodder for laughter, as do director Tom Vaccaro and his cast, who hit the comedy's high notes pitch-perfectly. As for me, I didn’t just giggle but laughed heartily right along with the rest of the crowd at least a dozen times.


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O Brother, Why Art Thou?: "The Melville Boys," at the Richmond Hill Barn Theatre through June 15
Written By: Mike Schulz
Section: Theatre

Category: Reviews

2014-06-09 12:00:00

Nathan Johnson and Victor Angelo and The Melville BoysThe title The Melville Boys implies that the two men in this four-character play are at the crux of its plot. For me, though, the highlight of the Richmond Hill Barn Theatre's production of Norm Foster’s script was watching Dianna McKune provide the performance’s heart and soul. As Mary, the character whose home neighbors the family cabin that the Melville brothers are using for the weekend, McKune brings a centered warmth to the proceedings, and is responsible for the play’s biggest laughs and most heartfelt moments.


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Restaurant Revue: "100 Lunches: A Gourmet Comedy," at the Richmond Hill Barn Theatre through June 16
Written By: Mike Schulz
Section: Theatre

Category: Reviews

2013-06-10 12:00:00

Nathan Johnson, Cindy Ramos, Terri Nelson, and Jack Sellers in 100 Lunches: A Gourmet ComedyI wouldn’t necessarily associate the titular “gourmet,” which implies “high-quality” or “fancy,” with the script for the Richmond Hill Barn Theatre's 100 Lunches: A Gourmet Comedy. But the production is entertaining beyond its thin plot, the two-dimensional characters and situations are at least interesting enough to warrant continued attention, and although this is yet another play that could end at intermission and still leave audiences satisfied, the second act – despite boasting a wholly dissimilar tone – proves just as appealing as the first.


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Let’s Talk About Sets: The Richmond Hill Barn Theatre Stages the Scenically Demanding "Noises Off," October 4 through 14
Written By: Mike Schulz
Section: Theatre

Category: Feature Stories

2012-09-20 12:00:00

Bryan Woods, Sarah Hayes, and Diane Greenwood in Noises OffWhen I first learned that Geneseo’s Richmond Hill Barn Theatre was staging author Michael Frayn’s Tony Award-winning Noises Off this fall, I’ll admit that the news made me chuckle, and not just because the show is so funny.


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Adorkability: "The Nerd," at the Richmond Hill Barn Theatre through April 22
Written By: Mike Schulz
Section: Theatre

Category: Reviews

2012-04-16 12:01:00

Justin Raver, Jordan L. Smith, and Nathan Johnson in The NerdBy the time the titular character entered the play, I’d resigned myself to having to endure two more hours of few-and-far-between laughs during Friday’s performance of The Nerd, while also fighting off a sleepiness fostered by the unusually high temperature in the Richmond Hill Barn Theatre. However, appearing in only his third stage role, Jordan L. Smith woke me up and held my attention with his annoyingly nasally delivery of playwright Larry Shue’s monologues. The best reason to see The Nerd, it turns out, is the nerd himself.


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