Monthly Archives: August 2007

Woodlands Rep Presents “Some Enchanted Evening”

Perhaps it was inevitable that after ten years of successful musicals from director, Keith Brumfield, and the youthful stars of his popular Class Act Productions, it would finally come to pass that an adult repertory group would emerge from the … Continue reading

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Shepherd’s Luncheon Celebrates Rick McKay’s “Broadway: The Golden Age”

Astronomers have long pondered what would happen if two great stars collided. But we in The Lambs know the answer: You get our dedicated Recording Secretary, Entertainment Chair, and Broadway veteran, Randy Phillips, along with his very own favorite star and … Continue reading

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“Annie” Shines Once More from Class Act

This column will mark my twentieth review of a Class Act Production, and I confess to feeling a sense of pride that through the ten years of its existence, I have had the opportunity, through my People’s Critic columns, to play a … Continue reading

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