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The new season doesn't start for another month, but the Costa Mesa Playhouse is getting a head start this weekend. Friday night through Sunday only, the playhouse will stage its annual musical fundraiser, this one entitled "That Was Then ... This is Now!...
If you think divorce is no laughing matter, you have not seen Noel Coward's "Private Lives." In any event, go see the expertly staged production at Baltimore's Everyman Theatre. The late English playwright makes divorce-related arguments sound so...
Set designer Daniel Ettinger and technical director Bill Jamieson spent months painstakingly constructing a world accurate down to the tiniest detail, from the wallpaper pattern to the electrical sockets. And they weren't one whit less meticulous, even...
Tags: Entertainment, Concerts, Celebrities, Arts and Culture, Music
Orlando Theater BlogHere are the theater offerings planned for the upcoming season at the Osceola Center for the Arts, 2411 E. Highway 192, Kissimmee. Broadway Series showtimes are Fridays, Saturdays and select Thursdays at 7:30 p.m.; Sundays at 2 p.m. Broadway Series...
Orlando Theater BlogMad Cow Theatre has released its plans for its 15th season — and it's a season heavy on shows many people will know, as well as plays from some of theater's most well-known names. Among the playwrights/composers represented: Noel Coward, Henrik...
Lots of people die ironically nasty deaths in the bucolic English countryside, at least in the popular British TV series "Midsomer Murders" and in many of the much-loved 80-plus mystery novels of Dame Agatha Christie. We know because we're addicted to...
SO YOU KNOW Elizabeth Taylor’s star blazed brightly in Danville during the summer of 1956, when she came to town with fellow stars Montgomery Clift, Eva Marie Saint, Lee Marvin and Rod Taylor for the filming of the Civil War epic “Raintree...
Noel Coward's "Private Lives," written in 1930, is a decade younger than the Laguna Playhouse, at which this classic comedy is being joyously revived with its verbal barbs flying as fast as the props the actors hurl at one another. Coward defined...
All good things must come to an end, and for Andrew Barnicle, his 20-year stint as artistic director of the Laguna Playhouse winds up with his revival of Noel Coward's "Private Lives," opening this weekend. For Barnicle, the past two decades have been...
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When Noel Coward's "Private Lives" takes the stage of the Laguna Playhouse next weekend, it'll mark the end of an era — a 20-year era for its director, Andrew Barnicle. Barnicle signed on back in 1991 as the artistic director of the playhouse and...
Lesley M.M. Blume, the New York editor of an online culture and style website, hardly cuts the profile of someone with her Manolo Blahniks stuck in the cement of the past. Which makes it all the more curious that she stitches her days with a bevy of...
Colonial Players closes its season with Neil LaBute's 2001 dark comedy/drama "The Shape of Things," drawing a striking contrast with the Depression-era romantic comedy that started the theater's run in September. LaBute's cynical commentary on the...
Tags: Entertainment, Cerebral Palsy, Neil LaBute, Stress, Education
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