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Review: Knead at the Alliance Theatre

Knead// Alliance Theatre Nothing goes to waste in ‘Knead’, everything services Mary Lynn’s story and that’s how it should always be. The autobiographical one woman…

Review:  Off-Broadway’s next big hit? Nomad Motel

“Carla Ching is going to be one of the most produced playwrights in the country. Without a doubt.” If you look at theatre in 2018…

Review: Changing Perspectives and Lives at ‘Nick’s Flamingo Grill’

  “There’s a heart wrenching new show at the Alliance that’s ready to change hearts and perspectives.” Written by hometown playwright, Phillip Depoy, ‘Nick’s Flamingo…

Review: The Two Kids that blow sh*t up

This photo above is exactly how I felt after seeing ‘Two Kids that blow sh*t up’ at The Aurora Theatre.  From Broadway to regional theatre,…

Review: The Seagull at Serenbe Playhouse

“I saw the Seagull at Serenbe Playhouse a couple of days ago and I’m still processing it.” This Elizabeth Dinkova adaptation of ‘The Seagull’ is…

Shows that will make you cry laughing: ‘Black Nerd’

 “Black Nerd is a dark comedy about a young man’s journey navigating the expectations of his black family and white friends. When race and geekdom…

Seize the day with ‘Newsies’ at the Aurora Theatre

The Aurora Theatre changed the game with this production of Disney’s “Newsies”. The Aurora takes the music riddling audition books across the country and brings…

Review: ‘Titanic’ brings history to life before your eyes

  How did they build titanic? Those words ring throughout the audience early on in this show and set you on the journey. Serenbe Playhouse…

The Horizon Theatre’s Citizens Market review

Citizens Market Horizon Theatre review ‘Humanizing the hashtags’ Every time you enter the Horizon Theatre be prepared to witness perspective shifting art. They are committed…

We Tell the Story: Once on this island review

  FAMILY! Tonight, I saw my second Broadway show, Once on this Island. It was the singular greatest theatre experience of my life. I have…