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Archive for August, 2008

08/25/2008

Talent Explosion!

  Revelations from the judges’ seats at the Players’ Talent Explosion.   By Kay Kipling   When I agreed to be one of several judges for the Players Theatre Talent Explosion 2008, I had no idea what I was getting into.   Well, maybe some idea. I had to figure that at some point in […]

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08/25/2008

The Will Rogers Follies

  There’s timely nostalgia in the Manatee Players’ The Will Rogers Follies.   By Kay Kipling   When Manatee Players artistic director Rick Kerby chose The Will Rogers Follies to open his 2008-09 season, he knew the production would coincide with a presidential election year and the August anniversary of humorist Rogers’ death. What he […]

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08/8/2008

The Clean House

  The Banyan Theater Company finds the essential role of disorder in The Clean House.   By Kay Kipling   What a treat it is, in the dog days of August, to emerge from a theater feeling, well, sort of clean and perhaps even a little exhilarated. That’s “clean” as in The Clean House, the […]

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