Author: Kendra Jones

The Perfect Game: A Slam Dunk New Musical

A musical about the invention of basketball, without an actual, physical basketball…
Not only did The Perfect Game: A Slam Dunk New Musical introduce the start of basketball and capture Jim Naismith’s (Anthony Sagaria) role in his development of the game, but this production also featured a modern-day men’s basketball team, an ex-head coach, and three different love stories.

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Confessions of a Showgirl

Confessions of a Showgirl is a quirky, honest, and modern memoiristic cabaret brought to stage at the Laurie Beechman Theatre. It was entertaining through all of Maren Wade’s comedic, dramatic, and even vulnerable moments—just as a showgirl should be. There was depth beyond those rhinestones, sequins, and feathers.

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Sabbath’s Theater

Beneath the sex, the fucking, is despair. Mickey Sabbath makes us uncomfortable, he happily invites us into his most despicable thoughts, and he is so content in exposing us to moments that leave us in awkward silence. Yet, we need more of Sabbath’s Theater. 

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Amid Falling Walls (Tsvishn Falndike Vent)

A performance rooted in hope, resilience, and perseverance, Amid Falling Walls (Tsvishn Falndike Vent) captures the tireless journey Jews experienced throughout World War II. Songs and dance illustrate both the engulfing darkness and the fragments of passion and courage that carried them through the most traumatic, grueling, and unfathomable moments.

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