Review: Ghost of a Chance

I had the tendency to dismiss “Ghost of a Chance” as another of the plays which are perfect for the dinner theatre crowd, but unworthy of my serious consideration as a deep, or meaningful play. This script, presente...
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Review: Farce of Habit

Perhaps the most famous of the many plays written by the playwright trio, Jones, Hope, and Wooten, is “Dixie Swim Club”. It has been produced nearly everywhere. A funny, sad, and serious story of women long past the...
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Review: Spamalot @ Encore Theatre

I have been trying to figure out a “Slam-bang” opening for this story, but it is eluding me. I can only say I was amazed and enthralled by what I saw, Sunday afternoon, at Encore Theatre in Lima. Amil Tellers of Dra...
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Van Wert Civic Theatre Review – Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland, a tale by Lewis Carroll, seems to me, to a story put forth by someone who is under the influence of some sort of hallucinogen. The little girl is bored, she follows this white rabbit down a hole, where she ...
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Encore Theatre – Plaza Suite Review

Saw a very fun show last night at Amil Tellers of Dramatics, Inc., Encore Theatre. “Plaza Suite”, written by my favorite playwright of all time, Neil Simon, was the fare. I don’t remember the movie, derived fr...
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Review: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, the Musical

I saw the Steve Martin film, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels quite a few years ago. I recall that I really liked Martin in it, and thought it passed for humorous. I figured it was sweet that that movie was now a stage play. Sounded jus...
by P.S. Luhn