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Carrie: The Musical: Scares Are Few and Far Between, but the Message Resonates
7 months ago by John Thomason
In 1974, decades before bullying became a national cause du jour, Stephen King created the issue's avenging spokesperson: Carrie, the sheltered, ungainly high schooler who begins menstruation at the wrong place and wrong time, is to...
Chess at Slow Burn Theater Company: A Timely Cold War Musical
1 year ago by John Thomason
For the past month, the world's geopolitical chessboard has been dominated by a blustery pair of familiar figures: the United States and Russia. Their ostensible objective is the stabilization of a country most Americans couldn't fi...
Next to Normal: A Rock Opera About Mental Illness — and It's Awesome
2 years ago by John Thomason
There is much suburban normalcy in the opening scene of Next to Normal — a hectic morning of rapid Cheerios consumption, backpacks slung over shoulders, briefcases, and tie-straightening. It isn't until after Mom, with factory...
Crash This Musical
2 years ago by Marisa Cutaia
Your favorite characters come to life in The Wedding Singer, a stage-set comedy from when hair was big and collars were flipped up. It’s 1985, and rock-star hopeful Robbie Hart is tearing up the wedding circuit, leaving bridal...