Is it a sitcom, or is it a stage show parading as a sitcom? That's the question one might ask after watching this amiable concoction of romance and farce.
The gender-switched adaptation contains performances and production elements that are energetic and entertaining.
The music, singing, and acting make for a fun evening under the stars.
The sung-through musical, smooth and well-executed, reflects the LGBTQ community, Judaism, coming out, and living life with pride.
If you love Broadway musicals, murder mysteries, or choose-your-own-adventure stories, this is the show for you!
A confection of acceptance and a rocking good time.
The first portion of Caleen Sinnette Jennings’s play threatens to go full 'Noises Off' at any moment.
This original musical revue brings a hummable evening of Broadway to Montgomery College’s Cultural Arts Center.
A lively revamp with social awareness, feminism, humor, and beautiful voices.
The production was challenged by not only the pandemic but an earthquake.
The good chemistry between Felix and Oscar had the audience laughing at them, with them, and for them.
After a limited run, the movie-based stage play will return on Memorial Day weekend.
For those who enjoy meta humor and charismatic performances of fascinating characters, this show is a love letter to writers and artists everywhere.
The musical 'Side by Side by Sondheim' is performed by a cast who entertain, charm, and dazzle.
Playing through May 8, the award-winning musical has a fantastic cast and live orchestra and songs that pull the heartstrings.
Sam Shepard's family feud makes an enjoyable show for theater buffs.
The comedy of manners spoofs the British class system. Direction, costumes, and set are worthy of Watch Awards.
The Tyler Perry–style Christian production plays June 11 in Stafford, VA.
The cast is strong and Arthur Miller's classic endures.
In this family of comic eccentrics, they love each other as much because of as despite their oddities.