Tartuff… Deception or Delightful? by Joan Baker and Olin Meadows
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Tartuff… Deception or Delightful? by Joan Baker and Olin Meadows

Molière’s Tartuffe, currently playing at Southwestern University November 15-17 and 21-24 and directed by Robert Matney and Liz Fisher, is self-described as “Deception, greed, and seduction. All in a day’s work.” It does indeed measure up to the labeling and while it was a little slow in finding its footing on opening night, the actors roared back in the … Continue reading

Murder, Greed, Exploitation…Isn’t It Grand! (It is at the Bass Concert Hall!) by Joan Baker
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Murder, Greed, Exploitation…Isn’t It Grand! (It is at the Bass Concert Hall!) by Joan Baker

Gangsters, speakeasies, dancing, booze and a really good time! That is Chicago and it is playing through Sunday, November 24, 2013, at the Bass Concert Hall. This winner of 6 Tony Awards holds the record for Longest Running American Musical in Broadway history. Set in 1920’s Chicago, it is the story of Roxie Hart, a … Continue reading

Blood Wedding at St. Edwards is Compelling by Joan Baker
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Blood Wedding at St. Edwards is Compelling by Joan Baker

Blood Wedding, written by Federico Garcia Lorca and directed by Robert Tolaro, is currently playing at St. Edward’s University’s Mary Moody Northen Theatre Nov. 14-24, 2013. Blood Wedding is a dark…very dark…show. Do not dismiss it on that basis for it soars in so many ways. The basic story is timeless. Young love, families with … Continue reading