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REVIEW: Native Gardens

Entertaining, thought-provoking, brief – a summer outing worth considering In…

REVIEW: Jesus Christ Superstar

Jesus Christ, Ordway Performers Have the Voices of Angels! Some…

REVIEW: Guardians of the Fallacy: Executive Disorder

Back in the early 1960s, Dudley Riggs founded The Brave New Workshop…

REVIEW: Circus 1903: The Golden Age of Circus!

Awe. Wonder. Joy.  At it's height, the circus was a place where…

REVIEW: An American in Paris

If you love dance, then don't miss An American in Paris currently…

REVIEW: Rise Up O Men!

The Church Basement Ladies are back, this time featuring the…

REVIEW: Wicked

Last evening was my third time seeing Wicked, a look at the Land…

REVIEW: West Side Story

What are the elements for a perfect musical production?  A…

REVIEW: Dinner at Eight

And the party goes on ... Manhattan socialite Millicent Jordan…

REVIEW: Oyate Okodakiciyapi

I knew it was a risk going to a contemporary dance show, since…

REVIEW: The King & I

Last night’s performance of The King and I was a classic Broadway…

REVIEW: We Are Proud to Present

The best way to experience the Guthrie's latest entry in its…

REVIEW: King Lear

King Lear is of the most complex and emotionally wrenching works…

REVIEW: Booty & the Beast: A Tinderella Story

Brave New Workshop is smart.  The often politically charged…

REVIEW: The Bodyguard, the Musical

Whelp, there's nothing new here folks.  You've heard the story…