Past Articles



Archive for November, 2010

11/21/2010

Bonnie and Clyde

What draws us to stories about outlaws? That’s a question people have certainly been asking for decades, at least as far back as the dime novels written on the exploits of desperadoes like Jesse James or Billy the Kid. In the 20th century, the lives of the outlaws of the Great Depression era–John Dillinger, Pretty […]

Read More >>
11/18/2010

I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change

    It’s been a while since a local theater has presented the musical I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change, and it’s good to see that for the most part the show hasn’t lost its appeal.   The theater that presented it almost 10 years ago—Florida Studio Theatre—is the theater presenting it again. There […]

Read More >>
11/8/2010

Ragtime

    To say that Ragtime, the musical version of the book by E.L. Doctorow, is a sweeping story is something of an understatement. In telling the tales of three separate families (with lots of celebrity cameos) in the America of the early 1900s, Doctorow and his adapters, Terrence McNally and music-lyric team Stephen Flaherty […]

Read More >>
11/4/2010

Two Gentlemen of Verona

    For FSU/Asolo Conservatory followers, the first show of the season is always interesting; it’s a chance to see the “new” second-year MFA students in action for the first time. The current production of Shakespeare’s Two Gentlemen of Verona offers extra interest, because under the direction of Conservatory director Greg Leaming, it’s got an […]

Read More >>