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REVIEW: A Rocking Mamma Mia! Party (Ordway)

Caroline Innerbichler stars as Sophie in Mamma Mia! at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts. Photo by Rich Ryan. In Mamma Mia! the Ordway Center again treats its audiences to a highly polished local production of a popular Broadway musical. Catherine Johnson wrote the show’s book, with lyrics and musical compositions

REVIEW: Unease and Ideation (Gremlin Theatre)

Katherine Kupiecki and Peter Christian Hansen are part of a corporate team with an ominous task in Gremlin Theatre's production of Ideation. Photo by Alyssa Kristine. Director Brian Balcon provides a crisp, fast-paced, and often humorous production of Aaron Loeb’s play Ideation at the Gremlin Theatre. Despite the show’s many attributes,

REVIEW: The Hunt A-Foot in Underneath the Lintel (Theater Latte Da)

Sally Wingert in Theater Latté Da's production of Underneath the Lintel by Glen Berger. Photo by Dan Norman. This retrospective review revisits Theater Latté Da's recent production of Underneath the Lintel, which closed Sunday. When staging the solo play Underneath the Lintel with Theater Latté Da, Director Peter Rothstein sought a different take on

REVIEW: Mixed Midtown Men (Ordway)

This retrospective review looks back on the Midtown Men (above)'s performance last month at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts. I attended The Midtown Men at the Ordway Concert Hall the same week I saw Jersey Boys for the first time. When I arrived at the concert it, seemed to

REVIEW: Thought-Provoking Taking Shakespeare (Gremlin Theatre)

John A.W. Stephens in Gremlin Theatre's production of Taking Shakespeare. Photo by Alyssa Kristine Photography. John Murrell’s play Taking Shakespeare is a story about a burnt-out professor and a young man at a transformative time in his life. Gremlin Theatre’s Artistic Director Peter Christian Hansen directs this show with a small but

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