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The play was written by William Inge and is directed by Thomas B...The play tells the story of what happens when a bus full of strangers are stranded outside of Kansas City and must spend the night together in a roadside diner. At the center of it
National Pastime This new baseball musical hearkens back to both a simpler era and a simpler, sweeter kind of musical Reviewed by Elizabeth Cobbe , Fri., Sept. 27, 2013 Courtesy of Pauline Forgeard-Grignon / ATP National Pastime Center Stage Texas,
As he walked down the front steps of Los Gatos High School, just moments after receiving his diploma, Rodd Farhadi smiled just a little and flashed a "thumbs up." It was a restrained reaction from a young man whose exuberance for life shines on stage,
The Musical Texas State University's delightful staging showed off all the strengths of its musical theatre program Reviewed by Jillian Owens , Fri., April 26, 2013 Little Sally (Sydney Roberts) consults Officer Lockstock (Gabriel Bernal) about
Urinetown" focuses on a small town, where a 20-year water shortage has allowed a large corporation, Urine Good Company, to start charging people to go to the bathroom. If caught 'going for free,' residents are sent to the mysterious Urinetown. Bobby
Urinetown is a tale of greed, corruption and love set in a time when water is worth its weight in gold. The setting is a Gotham-like city, where a water shortage caused by a 20-year drought has led to a government-enforced ban on private toilets.
YA4E puts on a darn silly' musical Toward the end of Urinetown: The Musical, the manic Broadway satire that takes on every convention that preceded it in musical theater, the character Little Sally cries out, What kind of musical is this?...Urinetown,
Young Artists present Urinetown' The Young Artists Ensemble Alumni and Friends (YA4Ever) will present a concert version of Urinetown: The Musical! at 7:30 p.m. Fri. and Sat., Jan. 11 and 12 at the Hillcrest Center for the Arts, 403 W...The musical
It goes next to Santa Monica, Calif., with its most famous stars yet: Judd Hirsch and Tom Cavanagh, who say they were lured by a moving and provocative piece. "My hat's off to the playwright," says Hirsch, 77, probably best known for TV roles in "
tool goes here Compiling my 2012 Top 20 list of Fresno-area cultural events was particularly tough this year. Was it because of the bountiful amount of top-notch theater events?...Plus, there were lots of memorable performances by internationally