Author: Sarah Downs

I Married An Angel

In I Married an Angel, throughout a string of delicious Rodgers and Hart melodies, classic musical theater comedy riffs, two ballets and a tap number, Angel Sara Mearns stays true to her code –  “Truth is Beauty and Beauty is Truth”  Well … the truth may set you free but it can also get you into a lot of trouble! 

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Nantucket Sleigh Ride

Nantucket Sleigh Ride is a whale of a tale with bells on, bursting with farce that definitely exceeds the speed limit. Who knew a little island could generate so much drama?

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Hatef**k grapples with the gnarly issues of identity and art – subjective, objective, or defective. It’s a bit clunky, but what the play lacks in nuance it makes up for in f**cking.

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Fiercely Independent

It’s not clear what relation the title of this play has to do with its content.  There is nothing fierce about it. In a muddy narrative that does not give the actors an opportunity to develop, Kathleen K. Johnson attempts to delve into the mysteries of relationship dynamics and unfortunately comes up empty handed.

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Lolita, My Love

When Alan Jay Lerner announced he was adapting Lolita for the musical stage, his friends must have wondered what he was thinking.  Seeing the result of Lerner’s efforts, I want to know what he was smoking. Lolita, My Love is, in a word, wearying. 

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