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A "Wonderland" of Christmas through the Ages: "Winter Wonderland" at the Circa '21 Dinner Playhouse PDF Print E-mail
Theatre - Reviews
Written by Paula Jolly   
Tuesday, 21 November 2000 18:00
It might be the season for holiday chestnuts, but Circa’s current production of Winter Wonderland, written by Brad Hauskins and arranged by Linda Brinkerhoff, gives a refreshing twist to many holiday favorites as a family searches for an old-fashioned Christmas experience.

 
Holiday Farce Keeps Audience Warm with Laughter: "Dickens’ Christmas Carol: A Traveling Travesty in Two Tumultuous Acts" at the Playcrafters Barn Theatre PDF Print E-mail
Theatre - Reviews
Written by Paula Jolly   
Tuesday, 14 November 2000 18:00
The theatre of American politics has been on a 24-hour-a-day run for a week now, and the situation playing out in Florida has a host of entertaining elements; comedy, drama, mystery, and suspense have taken us on a roller-coaster ride of emotional highs and lows. And the players ... oh how the players have stolen the show.

 
Ghostlight Theatre Pulls Off Musical of Biblical Proportions in "Children of Eden" PDF Print E-mail
Theatre - Reviews
Written by Paula Jolly   
Tuesday, 07 November 2000 18:00

The Creation story has been spun into a multitude of tales that have captivated audiences for centuries, but few are as entertaining as Ghostlight Theatre’s current production of Stephen Schwartz’s Children of Eden.

 
Song Ignites Circa '21's "Smoke on the Mountain" PDF Print E-mail
Theatre - Reviews
Written by Paula Jolly   
Thursday, 28 September 2000 18:00
You know what they say about smoke and fire, and you’ll find a blaze in Circa 21’s production of Connie Ray’s Smoke on the Mountain. The kindling is Pastor Mervin Oglethorpe’s rather lethargic congregation. The match is the Sanders family, a traveling evangelical musical group. Put the two together and a foot-tapping, spirit-lifting evening of song erupts.

 
Richmond Hill Barn Theatre Play Is No "Plastic" Production: "The Man with the Plastic Sandwich" PDF Print E-mail
Theatre - Reviews
Written by Paula Jolly   
Wednesday, 13 September 2000 18:00
It’s impossible to guess the content of Roger Karshner’s The Man with the Plastic Sandwich by its title. Is the setting a cooking show? Is the “man” a toy-maker creating plastic food for those miniature ovens lining the aisles of local toy stores? One certainly won’t expect the play to be about a man suffering through a midlife crisis brought on by being fired from his job after 20 years of loyal service.

 
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