Monthly Archives: July 2009

“Producer” Perfection From Masquerade

What a spot to be in: a critic with nothing to complain about! I’ll do the best I can as I continue basking in the glow of Masquerade Theatre’s latest gem, Mel Brooks’ The Producers. Adapted from Brooks’ 1968 film of … Continue reading

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A Thoroughly Enjoyable “Millie” from Texas Rep

As musical director Luke Kirkwood smoothly conducted his fine backstage orchestra, the multi-colored lighting from designer, Charles page, softly illuminated the rice paper screens that lined the stage. The jazzy overture to this latest Texas Repertory Theatre production was the perfect … Continue reading

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“Crazy for You” a Gersh-Winner From Class Act

It was no surprise that in the capable hands of Musical Director/Conductor, Rae Moses and his 13-piece orchestra, the overture to Class Act Production’s latest gem, Crazy For You, would offer a perky and delightful rendition of the Gershwin tunes that … Continue reading

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