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Theater Review: Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe's "Jitney"

Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe presents August Wilson's "Jitney."

01/07/2013 By Megan McDonald

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Theater Review: Asolo Rep's "You Can't Take it With You"

Asolo Rep presents the Kaufman and Hart classic "You Can't Take It With You."

01/07/2013 By Megan McDonald

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Theater Review: Asolo Rep's "The Aliens"

Asolo Rep opens Annie Baker's "The Aliens" at its Cook Theatre; arts editor Kay Kipling shares her thoughts on the show.

01/04/2013 By Megan McDonald

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Theater Review: Viagara Falls

After being closed for a time due to financial and landlord issues, the Golden Apple Theatre is open once more, with a new name—the Golden Apple Celebrity Theatre—and some new partners for longtime owner Bob Turoff in the Nederlander/Browne Production com

01/03/2013 By Beau Denton

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Theater Review: John Ringling’s Circus Nutcracker

When I first heard that the Sarasota Ballet was going to produce its very own brand-new production of The Nutcracker, set in the 1930s and with a Ringling Circus theme, I had no doubt that the choreography (by Matthew Hart) would be strong...

12/17/2012 By Beau Denton

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Theater Review: Annie

Kay Kipling reviews The Players' production of that perennial hit: "Annie."

12/07/2012 By Megan McDonald

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Theater Review: Plaid Tidings

Arts editor Kay Kiplings reviews the Manatee Players' holiday-appropriate "Plaid Tidings."

12/03/2012 By Megan McDonald

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Theater Review: WBTT's "'50s Jukebox Revue"

Arts editor Kay Kipling reviews Nate Jacobs' "'50s Jukebox Revue," onstage at Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe.

11/19/2012 By Megan McDonald

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Theater Review: "1776"

Arts editor Kay Kipling reviews Asolo Rep's Frank Galati-directed "1776."

11/19/2012 By Megan McDonald

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Theater Review: "Waist Watchers the Musical"

PLATO's new addition to the Sarasota theater scene is "Waist Watchers: The Musical."

11/16/2012 By Megan McDonald

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Theater Review: "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying"

Venice Theatre presents the old favorite "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying."

11/09/2012 By Megan McDonald

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Theater Review: Twelfth Night

If you think of Shakespeare’s classic Twelfth Night as a “rom-com” (romantic comedy), the FSU/Asolo Conservatory’s current production boasts a lot more of the “com” than the “rom.”

11/02/2012 By Beau Denton

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