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Fringe File 2018, #2 – INTERVIEW: Amber Bjork’s Musical Walk through a Bloodbath in Blood Nocturne

Emily Dussault as Báthory Erzsébet (Elizabeth Bathory) in The Winding Sheet Outfit's production of Blood Nocturne. Báthory Erzsébet, or Elizabeth Bathory as she's more commonly known in English, holds an infamous title: history's most prolific murderess. A Hungarian noblewoman, Countess Bathory (1562-1614) was arrested by a royal agent on December 30,

REVIEW: Classic Rockin’ Gals in Beehive: The 60s Musical (Old Log Theatre)

The Ensemble (Grace Chermak, Gracie Kay Anderson, Erin Nicole Farsté, Kiko Laureano, Leslie Vincent, Emilee Hassanzadeh, and Allyson Tolbert) gets ready to go-go in the Old Log Theatre's production of Beehives: The 60s Musical. Photo courtesy of the Old Log Theatre. The purpose of a musical revue is generally to showcase two things:

NEWS: New Leadership at The Moving Company

The Moving Company announced the appointment today of Larisa Netterlund as the company's newly created Executive Director. Since its establishment in 2008, The Moving Company has built a reputation for vivid theatrical works with alternately comic and dramatic tones. It has been led since its inception by Co-Aristic Directors Dominique Serrand

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