BLED FOR THE HOUSEHOLD TRUTH review

If rape, masturbation, something to do with the scent of previously worn panties, masturbation, again... and fondling of an unconscious woman are stepping stones to 'love,' then "bled for the household truth" has a long way to go for any kind of honesty, though the effort may be appreciated.

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OUR TOWN review

Deaf West's presentation of Our Town is a beautiful tribute to this American Classic. Especially today, October 3, 2017, it's time to remember the basics: Family, Love, Friendship.

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FIXED review

Heavy vernacular and high drama keep us guessing. Rodney To's direction is spotty with actors often finding their own way to all being on the same page at the same time.

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DAYTONA review

That director de Santos has done her best to keep the story moving is something that seems close to impossible because the over wordiness has us slogging step by step with Billy as he recounts in minute detail the discovery of the Nazi guard and, finally his solution to his grim discovery.

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THE RAINBOW BRIDGE review

Playwright Ron Nelson sees his play as a 'vitamin for the soul.' We have all heard that "Laughter is the Best Medicine" and make no mistake The Rainbow Bridge has some laughs.

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AS YOU LIKE IT review

Frosting on this excellent cast is supplied with JD Cullum having about as much fun with Touchstone as is permisable on any stage. The patter required is supplemented by gestures (appropriate and inappropriate) with a medium sized zucchini that is worth the price of admission alone.

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THE CAKE review

Overcoming disappointment and finding fulfillment are not always easy to attain, but this show will not disappoint. Director Jenifer Chambers’ delicate hand never shows as these skilled actors tell this important story.

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LES BLANCS review

This thoughtful and well mounted production deserves an audience. The polemic is transparent. Hansberry's characters hold few surprises, but the work is excellent.. excellent theatre.

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