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Superior acting paints family portrait in ‘Beautiful Child’

Superior acting paints family portrait in ‘Beautiful Child’

Beautiful Child By Nicky Silver Who Rarely Done Productions Where CNY Jazz Central 441 East Washington Street, Syracuse When March 1-16 Tickets $20 Age Recommendation Mature audiences Review Katrina Tulloch The Rarely Done Productions stage manager informed me their company does one controversial show a season. Beautiful Child was it. Harry (Thomas Minion) and Nan (Anne Fitzgerald) are knee-deep … Continue reading

‘The Crucible’ shows what’s best about community theater

‘The Crucible’ shows what’s best about community theater

“The Crucible” Presented by Appleseed Productions. Location Atonement Lutheran Church, 116 West Glen Avenue, Syracuse When October 21 – November 5 Runtime 2 hours, 30 minutes with intermission Tickets Adults, $18; Students/seniors, $15. Group rates available. Good to know Plenty of parking; complimentary dessert and coffee. Review By Leah Stacy Appleseed Productions has been a fixture in Syracuse theater circles for 19 seasons, … Continue reading

Geva Theatre’s “Dracula” is a bloody good time

Geva Theatre’s “Dracula” is a bloody good time

“Dracula” Presented by Geva Theatre Center Location 75 Woodbury Blvd., Rochester, NY 14607 When October 11 – November 13 Runtime: 2 hours, 30 minutes with intermission Tickets Start at $25. Review By Leah Stacy After Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of Sherlock Holmes, read “Dracula” in June 1897, he penned a personal letter to Bram Stoker. “(Dracula) … Continue reading

Theater didn’t kill the “Radio Star”

Theater didn’t kill the “Radio Star”

Presented by Red House Arts Center Location 201 S. West St., Syracuse When October 6, 7, 8 @ 8 p.m. Runtime: 50 minutes, no intermission Tickets $15 members/$20 non-members Review by Leah Stacy “Radio Star” is downright scandalous. It aligns perfectly with Red House Arts Center‘s Red Light Series, a collection of “cutting edge performances honoring the tradition … Continue reading