Audience reviews

Prince Rama's Journey

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Review of “Prince Rama's Journey” posted by B. Rose on November 5

I was a little apprehensive going into Prince Rama's Journey. The venue isn't the greatest, to be honest, and a long, awkward curtain speech left me with oddly lowered expectations. Fortunately, the lights dimmed and the most mesmerizing music began to play. Dreamlike, the most epic story begins to emerge. We travel from glittering royal courts filled with intrigue to bucolic scenes without a single prop, set change, or even much of a lighting shift. The actors' bodies become a forest, become buildings, become animals all without missing a beat.

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#MRDR . . . It’s What’s For Dinner

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Review of “MRDR She Tweeted” posted by Michael H. Kaffrey on October 9

Murder mystery dinners are a growing trend across the nation. Like the Jukebox musicals running rampant on Broadway, they are entertaining for people of all ages and backgrounds. However, you don’t have to buy a plane ticket and book a room to enjoy a murder mystery dinner. These events are growing increasingly popular for corporations and at home parties with options to lead it yourself or hire a troupe to put on a show for you. Yet, as with any burgeoning trend, there is a wide range of quality.

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Hello, Dolly! good reason to come in from the cold

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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.

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2 Sugars, Room for Cream Brims with Charm

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Refreshing Break from Today

5

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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