Northern Stage is quietly teaching Shakespeare to your kids. This will warm your heart. Please read and share:
Posted in art, Northern Stage, small town, Theater, vermont |
Tagged A Midsummer Night's Dream, Ashton Heyl, Casey Predovic, Chris Flockton, Dothan Brook, Eric Love, Greensboro VT, Hazen Union, Highland Center for the Arts, Lanni Luce West, Leanne Harple, Macbeth, Mitch Marois, Northern Stage, Shakespeare, Shakespeare in the Schools |
MAMMA MIA! Wasn’t sure about this one, went, couldn’t have been happier. Thumbs up! Here is my review of Northern Stage’s last production of the season. Tickets are selling out quickly.
Posted in art, death, Northern Stage, Theater, vermont |
Tagged ABBA, Allison Crutchfield, Anne Torsiglieri, Carol Dunne, Claire Howes Eisentrout, Dancing Queen, David Arsenault, Eric Bunge, Jean McCormick, Mamma Mia, Northern Stage, Susan Haefner, Take a Chance on Me, The Winner Takes It All, Travis McHale, White River Junction VT |
JAG Productions is bringing Fences to the stage in the Upper Valley. The movie hit me right where I live(d). Pittsburgh peeps–this one’s for you.
Posted in gender roles, Theater, vermont |
Tagged August Wilson, Brian Anthony Wilson, Danielle Lee Greaves, Fences, Hill District, JAG Productions, Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Pirates, Willie Stargell, Woodstock VT |
If you missed my review on ArtsFuse.org, here is a slightly different version just published on the DailyUV. It’s chattier. And check out the photos! Link is below.
Grounded is playing at Northern Stage. One woman, one chair, one costume. Grab your courage and go. Link is below.
Posted in Dartmouth, Northern Stage, Theater, Women |
Tagged Creech Air Force Base, drones, George Brandt, Grounded, Las Vegas, Megan Anderson, modern warfare, Northern Stage |
Upper Valley: if you have teenagers, or like them, this will be of interest. These kids run all aspects of the show in addition to putting on a production each year. Curtain goes up for one weekend only starting on March 3. Read about it here:
Upper Valley peeps: Tony Award-winning Urinetown will wrap up this coming weekend. You will want to see it. Here’s my review:
Posted in art, Dartmouth, Hopkins Center, Les Mis, Les Miz, Music, Theater |
Tagged dystopia, Greg Kotis, Hopkins Center, Jamie Horton, JoJo Boyle, Liza Couser, Mark Hollmann, Moore Theater, Naomi Lazar, Robert Scott Cueva, Urinetown, Urinetown: The Musical, Zachary Gottschall |