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Performing Arts

The Galaxy Can Be A Funny Place

Posted  January 24, 2015  by  Keith Waits

Author Douglas Adams   The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: The Radio Plays Live (Parts 1 & 2) By Douglas Adams Directed by Sterling Pratt Review by Annette Skaggs Entire contents copyright © 2015 by Annette Skaggs. All rights reserved. As you walk into the performing space of The Alley Theater you are greeted with […]

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Performing Arts

Fresh, Emotional Romeo & Juliet

Posted  January 23, 2015  by  Keith Waits

Ciaran Brown & Emily Pfister-Price in Romeo and Juliet. Photo-Walden Theatre   Romeo and Juliet By William Shakespeare Directed by Julane Havens Review by Kate Barry Entire contents are copyright © 2015 Kate Barry. All rights reserved Last night I was able to catch a performance of Romeo and Juliet at Walden Theater. I must […]

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Performing Arts

Tres Amigos Impares

Posted  January 23, 2015  by  Keith Waits

Angie Williams, Guillermo Sollano & Clarena Francis in  Divorciadas, Evangelicas y Vegetarianas Photo-El Delirio Producciones   Divorciadas, Evangelicas y Vegetarianas By Gustavo Ott Directed by Angie Williams & Guillermo Sollano Review by Keith Waits Entire contents are copyright © 2015 Keith Waits. All rights reserved. Watching a Spanish-language play with English supertitles for the second […]

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Performing Arts

Sublime, Delicate, Music Of Once

Posted  January 20, 2015  by  Keith Waits

Stuart Ward and Dani de Waal (at piano) in Once, The Musical. Photo- Broadway.com   Once, The Musical Music & lyrics by Glen Hansard & Markéta Iglová Book by Enda Walsh Directed by John Tiffany Review by Kathi E.B. Ellis Entire contents are copyright © 2012 Kathi E. B. Ellis. All rights reserved Once is […]

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Performing Arts

How The Boy Became The Greatest

Posted  January 19, 2015  by  Keith Waits

Justin Cornwell as Cassius Clay Jr.; Bill McNulty as Joe Martin. Photo-Stage One   And In This Corner…Cassius Clay By Idris Goodwin Directed by Andrew Harris Review by Keith Waits Entire contents copyright © 2015 by Keith Waits. All rights reserved. Muhammad Ali has been called the most recognizable celebrity in the world, meaning there […]

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