Month: April 2018

We Live By the Sea

A captivating examination of an autistic girl’s struggles. Yes, we are transported, but rather than forgetting we are sitting in a theater, we are instead transformed into make-believe characters.

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Mlima’s Tale

On the night I saw this show there was a collective intake of breath as the show faded to black.  The only reason we did not stand and cheer these performers was that we could barely move at all.  So completely had Mlima’s Tale captured us that we forgot where we were. Mlima’s Tale is a play not to be missed.

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Feeding the Dragon

By Tulis McCall In Feeding the Dragon Sharon Washington show us exactly who she is.  A warm, sensitive, funny and adventurous woman who happens to have a spectacular tale to tell.   She is a woman of some pedigree, tracing her mother’s pure New York side back to 1835 when her great-grandmother, Elizabeth Henry, was born on Mulberry Street.  Her father was a Gullah, and hailed from Charleston where his people had lived for over a century.  Her Gramma Louise Middleton Washington got her name from the Middleton Plantation in South Carolina. As to her own coming up, well, Washington...

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Carousel

If you’ve never seen Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “Carousel” – just go. And frankly, if you have, I don’t have to tell you to go to the current revival, you probably already have your ticket. Good work. Rodgers & Hammerstein are credited with creating the modern musical and this is their sophomore offering. It’s got some of the greatest songs in musical theater, it deals with real issues, not just fluff, and it’s moving without being maudlin.

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