• Well. It seems my failings are now tied inextricably to this Marvel of Manhood. I was charged with seeing this show on sept 6th (I did), and write a review (I did...36hours later…bad me).

    Transcendental Masturbation:The Comeback
  • Tucked away in the gym of a church basement, a diverse group of performers put on a theatre show and made their family and friends, and most importantly, themselves, proud.

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  • It’s no secret; the young cast of Confessions: Three Monologues is extremely talented.

    Three Monologues
  • “The term refers to a particular type of play which first became popular during the 1950s and 1960s and which presented on stage the philosophy articulated by French philosopher Albert Camus in his 1942 essay, The Myth of Sisyphus, in which he defines the human condition as basically meaningless. Camus argued that humanity had to resign itself to recognizing that a fully satisfying rational explanation of the universe was beyond its reach; in that sense, the world must ultimately be seen as absurd.”  — Jerome P. Crabb

    The Enquiry Office
  • Musical of Musicals: The Musical! is a hilarious must-see for all musical theatre lovers.

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  • The first thing this show has going for it is the source material: 50’s-60’s R&B. In my books you can’t do better than that.That’s my Shakespeare in a beat-box — the whole range of human emotion is there, coupled with incomparable grooves and soulful musicianship.

    A Man, a Magic, a Music
  • Barry Smith should run seminars on how to construct and operate a one-person show. His stripped down presentation is a model of the form: one man, a microphone and a multi-media show run from his Mac Book.

    Barry Smith's Baby Book: this man knows his stuff
  • *After Life* was a riveting one-person show about three women who live at different times during the 20th century.  The success of this piece lay in Candy Simmon’s phenomenal acting and the tightness of the writing.

  • From behind the audience comes a great speech, but not one that would make any sense – it is a spray of Shakespeare’s quotes, meant to evoke emotions and familiarity.

    We're not really sure what Shakespeare looked like
  • When the house goes dark off the top of Putz, the nasal and at times grating voice of Andrew Bailey rings out in black: “Before the beginning of time, God said, ‘I’m lonely, I’m going to create myself.’

    Putz, Adam wore a plaid shirt the day the apple appeared...