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Archive for June, 2010

06/30/2010

Beehive, the ’60s Musical

  Beehive, the ‘60s Musical, now playing on Florida Studio Theatre’s mainstage, is apparently doing gangbuster business (since it’s been extended through July 11), and it’s easy to see why: There just seems to be a never-ending lust for nostalgia among the baby boomer crowd, and, after all, there were an awful lot of good […]

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06/25/2010

Ghosts

    The Banyan Theater Company has built its reputation by bringing us worthwhile theater during the long, hot summer days, including classics of theatrical literature we seldom see elsewhere. They continue that tradition with the current product of Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts, now onstage at the Cook Theatre.   The Banyan has given us Ibsen […]

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06/24/2010

More International Theatre

    The second evening of performances during Venice Theatre’s hosting of AACT International 2010 offered productions from Israel, Spain and right here at home with Venice Theatre’s own Loveland Follies.   The opening piece, Second Life, was presented by Israel’s Yoram Loewenstein Performing Arts Studio from Tel Aviv. The studio is an acting school […]

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06/23/2010

International Community Theatre Festival

    The American Association of Community Theatre International Community Theatre Festival hosted by Venice Theatre (wow, that’s a mouthful) started off with a bang last night, as opening ceremonies welcomed a full house of theater lovers and participants from around the world. The festival continues through Saturday, June 26, and judging by last night […]

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06/4/2010

The Drowsy Chaperone

By Kay Kipling “I just want to be entertained,” says a disembodied voice in the dark at the beginning of The Drowsy Chaperone (now playing at the Golden Apple Dinner Theatre), and it’s clear that entertaining us is what the creators of this Tony Award-winning show have set out to do. No drama, no messages, […]

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