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WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?
Couples run amok in God of Carnage
Not since Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? have theater audiences been treated to such there-but-for-the-grace-of-marriage-counselors relief over their match not being so bad after all.
| September 14, 2012
Theatre By the Sea’s peppy Drowsy Chaperone
For a party in 1997, some friends tossed together a larky little spoof on musicals, and the eventual result was "A Musical Within a Comedy," as The Drowsy Chaperone likes to call itself.
| September 02, 2011
Review: Theatre By the Sea’s rollicking Hairspray
Rockin' out with a social consciousness — who says we can't have it all? A girl just wants to have fun, while doing her part for integration in 1962 Baltimore.
| August 12, 2011
Review: TBTS' Man of La Mancha is ever-optimistic
The musical Man of La Mancha certainly packs in a lot.
The dream is alive
| July 01, 2011
Grin and bare it
I don't know what the entertainment high point of your summer has been so far, but if you didn't honeymoon in island breezes or win a lottery, have I got a contender for you.
Center Stage's rollicking The Full Monty
| August 13, 2010
All girls wanna have is a good scream. At least they did when they were clinging to their dates at B-movie sci-fi horror flicks in the 1950s.
TBTS' Little Shop of Horrors
| July 23, 2010
Little Shop of Horrors at Theatre by the Sea
A crummy movie can make for a funny musical when all the stars align. Little Shop of Horrors was revitalized when it hit Broadway. The...
| July 06, 2010
Hello, Dolly! is an ever-popular musical standard that usually wins audiences over when its flamboyant title character earns her exclamation point. Unfortunately, despite having a Dolly that could charm the whistle off a traffic cop, the current hyperv
Dolly! tries too hard to be a funny girl
| July 02, 2010
A star search is reborn
A Chorus Line is quite a heartfelt love song to musicals and the hoofers in them.
A classic Chorus Line at Theatre by the Sea
| June 11, 2010
A royal scam
Admit it — we are all a little perverse. How else to explain the difficulty, unless you are comatose, in not laughing heartily at Dirty Rotten Scoundrels , the tale of two con men plying their criminal trade on the French Riviera.
TBTS' terrific Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
| August 28, 2009
Always Always Land
The much loved tale of Peter Pan gets a revival on Broadway at least every generation for good reason. Not just because it appeals to kids, which goes without saying, but because it gives grownups a respectable excuse to see it themselves with their own
Theatre by The Sea’s Peter Pan soars
| July 21, 2009
The glory of Blaze
Anyone who likes musicals has to love cabarets, which are Whitman's samplers of humming-in-the-shower favorites. So if you end up taking in one of the shows this summer at Theater by the Sea in Matunuck, you also might be interested in catching the pos
Sabrina shines at Theatre by the Sea's cabaret
| July 10, 2009
Gershwin done right
Crazy for You , the 1992 homage to the Gershwin brothers' 1930 musical Girl Crazy , is rockin' the rafters at Theatre By the Sea (through July 11). Building inspectors are going to have to check out the Matunuck summer barn theater for damage after e
Crazy For You's delightful musical mayhem
| June 26, 2009
Musical revues can be like videos of old golf tournaments — endless, amiable tedium interspersed with opportunities to wake up and smile nostalgically. Not so with My Way: A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra , at least not with this terrific production
Simply Sinatra at Theatre by the Sea
| June 05, 2009
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