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The Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop opened its 71st season (wow!) with a rousing “Valentine Cabaret” at a redesigned Sullivan County Museum rear auditorium in Hurleyville, with three shows on … more
Early motherhood in all its glory, happiness, and bliss is explored and turned upside down in Shadowland Stages production of “Cry It Out”. Local playwright Molly Smith Metzler's candidly written … more
Most likely you've heard about the town of Flint, Michigan. And you've heard about the town's woes: massive unemployment due to the closing of the General Motors plant, and lead and other … more
The Forestburgh Playhouse wraps up its fantastic 2019 season with an intensely smart dark comedy play written by David Ives. It did a short Broadway stint in 2011 and garnered a few Tonys in the … more
Shadowland Stages is a hidden gem in Ellenville. I've been lucky enough to see a few shows there with my parents and when I got the opportunity to review “Over The River and Through The Woods” by … more
My mother loves Gilbert & Sullivan's operas. It goes back to her high school days when she was in “The Mikado” so it was a real treat to bring her along to see the DVO's wonderful rendition of … more
I should preface this review by stating that there is no possible way for me to give a bad review to a Mel Brooks show. I grew up on his movies, and my sister is his biggest fan, possibly ever. So … more
The 1994 movie “The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert” surprisingly won worldwide critical acclaim for its positive portrayals of LGBT individuals and quickly became a sort of cult … more
The set design by Josh Christensen is striking! The walls and floors are covered in deep blue and pink, with enough white thrown in to dazzle the eyes. It's the first clue that what you're about to … more
It is 2019. Fifty years after that quite impressive year of 1969. The Mets won the World Series. The Jets won the Super Bowl. Man walked on the moon. And 400,000 people descended on Bethel, New York … more
A very real fear of mine is what I feel is the imminent erasure from memory true treasures of entertainment. How many times have you sat with a grandparent watching some old time show and hear them … more
Let's get this out of the way right at the beginning: there aren't enough superlatives in the English language to describe “The Buddy Holly Story,” currently showing at Forestburgh Playhouse. So, … more
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