Parallel lives (for an evening) in the Old Log Theatre's production ofLend Me a Tenor: Max (David Beukema) and Tito Merelli (Luke Davidson)'s lives become unexpectedly mirrored. Photo courtesy of the Old Log Theatre.
Out Excelsior-way, the Old Log Theatre has been playing Lend Me a Tenor. This is the play
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Today, the term "rough cut" generally refers to an early draft of an edit for audio or video recordings. The term, however, comes to us from sewing and cooking, which used the term freely in the 19th century before A/V recording was even a glimmer in an inventor's
A tableau vivant: Cassie (Roshni Desai), Brian (Jesse LaVercombe), Mrs. Reynolds (Angela Timberman), Mr. Darcy (James Rodríguez), Elizabeth Bennet Darcy (Sun Mee Chomet), and Lydia Bennet Wickham (Kelsey Didion) in the Jungle Theater production of The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberley. Photo by Rich Ryan.
The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberley, now playing at
The cast of the national tour of Les Misérables marches towards revolution in "One Day More". Photo by Matthew Murphy.
"If anyone doubts that the contemporary musical theater can flex its atrophied muscles and yank an audience right out of its seats, he need look no further than the Act I
The Grinch (Reed Sigmund) sets off to commit dastardly deeds of humbug in the Children's Theatre Company production of Dr. Seuss’s How The Grinch Stole Christmas. Photo by Dan Norman.
The Grinch is back and he is a green, mean, anti-holiday machine. It has been a long time since I have seen
Josh Carson plays the foul-mouthed cop-in-a-tight-spot John McClane in the parody A Very Die Hard Christmas.
On December 7, 2012, a show called A Very Die Hard Christmas opened at Bryant-Lake Bowl's theater space. The event page touted "a new holiday treat with all the trimmings: singing, dancing, and bloodshed. Don't
Laila Robins (center) in the hit television series Homeland. Photo by Ilze Kitshoff/Showtime.
On January 12, the Jungle Theater kicks off the year with a nuclear disaster. No, not a nuclear family disaster around the holidays – that’s between you and your family – but the aftermath of a disaster at