REVIEW: Talking Turk a delightful entertainment

REVIEW: Talking Turk a delightful entertainment

You remember Zoltar the Talking Turk. In the penny arcades of yore, he was the dapper Eastern-looking chap in the turban who sat in…

PLAYBILL: Teatro’s Talking Turk, take two

PLAYBILL: Teatro’s Talking Turk, take two

Teatro La Quindicina are…

Splashy modern Ibsen still pining for the fjords

Splashy modern Ibsen still pining for the fjords

In his new production…

PLAYBILL: Norwegian blue

PLAYBILL: Norwegian blue

Rarely has “pining for…

PLAYBILL: Yo Mama

PLAYBILL: Yo Mama

Who are these ladies…

Bonnie and Clyde musical shoots to kill
REVIEW: Smart Art
PLAYBILL: Bonnie and Clyde get musical therapy
Citadel’s Austen powers a ripping yarn
PLAYBILL: Art for art’s sake
REVIEW: Cinderella a real Cinderella story

REVIEW: Cinderella a real Cinderella story

In 1957, I joined over an astonishing 100 million North Americans to watch a live, black-and-white telecast of a new Rogers and Hammerstein musical Cinderella. The show featured that rising new Broadway star, a pre-Oscar Julie Andrews. The design was…

PLAYBILL: We’ve CRADDOCK with you!

PLAYBILL: We’ve CRADDOCK with you!

Chris Craddock is on a role … ooh, make that roll. You know what? It works both ways. The Edmonton actor-playwright recently made his directorial debut in what turned out to be Alan Thicke’s last starring role in a feature…

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