by SOPHIE KERMAN
It was my first time seeing "Into the Woods" and I was completely delighted! Eat Street Players has a great version with some WONDERFUL singers.
I highly recommend seeing it. Ticket prices are very reasonable, as well, so you can invite your friends and family and then have a bite at Eat Street. Yum!
There is so much to say about Death of a Salesman it is hard to articulate into a short review. To stick to simple observations and critiques is hard because the material cannot help but create analyzing and discussion. The themes of the show, the fragility of men, the relationships between fathers and sons, the relationship between men and their wives, the emphasis society puts on outer-appearance and status, the fear of failure and mental illness are all covered in this iconic American play. Heavy subjects indeed, but Lyric Arts handles this material beautifully and deftly.
He walks out on the stage, slender figured dawned in a black leather jacket with his collar up. The spotlight shines. He begins to croon… “Oh well… I’m the type of guy who will never settle down. Where pretty girls are, well, you know that I’m around.” It took everything in me not to scream like a teenage girl from 1961 and rush to the stage.
Welcome to "Life Could Be A Dream," the Twin Cities premiere of this doo-wop musical, at St. Croix Off Broadway Dinner Theatre at the Hudson House Grand Hotel in Hudson, WI.
Review of “” posted by Mindy Mateuszczyk on February 18
Hello, Dolly! good reason to come in from the cold
By Mindy Mateuszczyk
Hello, Dolly! is now performing at Lyric Arts Main Street Stage. It’s a delightful voyage into the classic musical theatre genre. Beth King, is a successful and endearing Dolly Gallagher Levi who moves the story ahead with wit, charm and solid acting.
Alyssa Wyatt, as Irene Malloy, delivers pitch perfect vocals. Her convincing rendition of “Ribbons Down My Back” is worth the price of admission alone.
Review of “” posted by Shanan Custer on November 6
Review of “” posted by Melanie Nelson on September 17
Back before the tenth anniversary of 9/11 and long security lines at airports, the airlines may have been a sexy place. That’s the impression we get in a night of farce during “Boeing-Boeing” by Marc Camoletti at St. Croix Off Broadway Dinner Theatre located at the Best Western Hudson House Inn.
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