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The under-belly of politics well-explored at Ensemble Theatre; In Memoriam: Kyle Jean-Baptist

(Roy Berko, General, August 30, 2015)

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association, Cleveland Critics Circle)

What could be more appropriate in this year, which leads up to a presidential election, than to …more…

TEAR IT OFF, a romance novel comes alive at convergence continuum

(Roy Berko, General, August 17, 2015)

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association, Cleveland Critics Circle)


Book buyers spend an estimated $1.08 billion dollars each year purchasing romance novels.  Since 1972 when Avon …more…

Classic ‘OUR TOWN’ gets nice traditional read at Blank Canvas

(Roy Berko, General, August 16, 2015)

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association, Cleveland Critics Circle)
I consider OUR TOWN, which is now being performed at Blank Canvas, to be one of the …more…

Cleveland Orchestra and Blossom make for a superb evening

(Roy Berko, General, August 14, 2015)

Roy Berko


There is probably no outdoor venue in the country that matches Blossom for sheer beauty and musical delight.  Wolf Trap in the Virginia countryside …more…

The Dana Plays 2015

(John Lariviere, General, August 11, 2015)

On Monday, August 31st, the South Florida Theatre League will proudly present The Dana Plays 2015 – a play reading fundraiser inspired by Dana Castellano …more…

2015-16 Abdo New River Room Theater Series

(John Lariviere, General, August 10, 2015)

Tickets for the 2015-16 Abdo New River Room Theater Series at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts go on sale September 1 …more…

The Sinatra Songbook To Close Out 2015 Cabaret Festival

(John Lariviere, General, August 9, 2015)

Back by popular demand, The Sinatra Songbook, featuring singer John Lariviere, will close out the 2015 Cabaret Festival in Venice, FL.  Both previous performances on …more…

2015 Fall Cleveland Theater Calendar

(Roy Berko, General, August 8, 2015)

Roy Berko

(Cleveland Critics Circle, American Theatre Critics Association)


Though the weather is still warm, soon the leaves will be turning and the Fall 2015 theatre season …more…

Lazy Fair

(John Lariviere, General, August 7, 2015)

Mad Cat Theatre and MTC present a world premiere of Lazy Fair, written and directed by company member Theo Reyna. The play features Mad Cat …more…

Must see ‘Hairspray” leaves ‘em dancing in the aisles Porthouse Theatre

(Roy Berko, General, August 2, 2015)

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association, Cleveland Critics Circle)


The farcical yet message-loaded “Hairspray” is the type of musical that in a bad production falls flat, …more…

A Clevelander’s view of the Shaw Festival—2015

(Roy Berko, General, August 1, 2015)

Roy Berko


Jackie Maxwell, the Shaw Festival’s Artistic Director, states, “I have always found that theatre is at its best when the audience spans several generations …more…

Stung and Wounded

(John Lariviere, General, July 30, 2015)

Main Street Players presents a play reading of Stung and Wounded by Florida based playwright Patricia Wakely Wolf on August 3rd at the Main Street …more…


(John Lariviere, General, July 28, 2015)

Evening Star Productions, in partnership with Infinite Abyss, will present Tracy Letts’ Bug at the Abyss Stage from August 12th through August …more…

Shorts Gone Wild 3

(John Lariviere, General, July 22, 2015)

City Theatre and Island City Stage are proud to present the return of Shorts Gone Wild 3, South Florida’s hottest short play festival that celebrates …more…

The Prey

(John Lariviere, General, July 20, 2015)

The Prey, an original work by South-Florida playwright Gina Montet, will be presented by Mangrove Creative Collective at its first public reading on July 27, …more…

A lovely night at Blossom: Michael Feinstein entertains and educates

(Roy Berko, General, July 20, 2015)

Roy Berko

The evening was warm, the crickets in full voice, the pavilion almost filled, the lawn covered with bodies, blankets, bottles and baskets, sounds wafting …more…


(Roy Berko, General, July 19, 2015)

Roy Berko

(Member, Dance Critics Association)

As the capacity audience was settling in on opening night of Groundworks Dance Theatre’s summer concert in Cain Park’s Alma Theatre, …more…

Peter Pan

(John Lariviere, General, July 17, 2015)

The beloved J.M. Barrie classic Peter Pan takes flight at The Wick Theatre as the final production of their inaugural summer series. The Tony Award-winning …more…

Green Day’s “American Idiot” is a mixed bag at Beck

(Roy Berko, General, July 12, 2015)

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association, Cleveland Critics Circle)

Local theatres each tend to have a niche audience based on the venue’s play selection.  Dobama leans …more…

“Violet” blossoms at Porthouse Theatre

(Roy Berko, General, July 12, 2015)

Roy Berko

(Member, American Theatre Critics Association, Cleveland Critics Circle)

Musicals can, among other things,  be loud and brassy (think “Gypsy), filled with high drama (“Les Misérables), …more…