Fable, a New Musical – is more fact than fiction

For those 17-25 years old, parents of this age group or anyone that remembers being this young, you will thoroughly enjoy Fable, a New Musical. I warn you the “F” word flies, there’s lots of drinking, and there is plenty of talk of sex. Rather than offending, you get the chance to be a voyeur…

Madame Infamy – history never sounded so beautiful

When was the last time you went to a musical where each song outdid the next, you found it hard to sit still in your seat because the music was great AND where the story was complex and original? You have it all in Madame Infamy. It’s the late 1800’s when Sally Hemings and Marie…

Mr. Confidential – no secret I didn’t like it

Before the National Enquirer, TMZ and Entertainment Tonight, there was Confidential Magazine “invented” by Bob Harrison in the 1950’s. It was a gossip rag that exposed the private lives of celebrities until Hollywood decided to try to put an end to its publication and tried to sue Harrison for libel. Gossip can be entertaining, but…

The Gig – Hits just the right note

What do a used car salesman, dentist, real estate agent, financial advisor, a deli owner and a music teacher have in common? No, this is not the start of a joke, but the start of the thoroughly entertaining play The Gig. These guys have been getting together weekly for years to share their passion – jazz. But after years of…

As We Lie Still – I wanted to get up

In As We Lie Still a magician at the turn of the century and his beautiful assistant, create the ultimate magic act – bringing back the dead. That is until something goes wrong. Twenty years later, broken, ill and alone the magician calls upon his “gift” one more time. An interesting storyline and an awful…