Articles Tagged With: Moe Conn

The Little Mermaid at Phoenix Festival Theatre

They’ve got the spirit (you’ve got to hear it) under the sea! Disney’s The Little Mermaid, part of Phoenix Festival Theater’s 2017-2018 season, is a coming of age story that is bursting with talented performances throughout. Along with Music Director Chris Rose and Choreographer Amanda Poxon, Director Laurie Starkey has assembled a talented cast that truly breathes life into the Disney classic. 

Upon entering the theater, the audience member is immediately transported to an underwater world due to thoughtful decorations,

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Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike at Cockpit in Court

Dances With Durang: Cockpit in Court presents Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, by the author of The Actor’s Nightmare, and it’s a theatre nerd’s dream. Cockpit in Court at CCBC Essex (formerly Essex Community College) presents Christopher Durang’s homage to Chekhov through August 6th at the Cabaret Theatre in the Robert and Eleanor Romadka College Center. This play has a morsel of everything— comedy,

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Assassins at Phoenix Festival Theater

Hey, pal! Feeling blue? Don’t know what to do? Hey, pal— I mean you! Come on and shoot a president! Pretty darn appealing prospect, isn’t it? Especially when you listen to their stories and hear it in their songs; you learn that angry men don’t make the rules and guns don’t write the wrongs! Everybody’s got a right to their dreams! So come on, and shoot a president! But if you’d rather not take the rap sheet and fry up in the hoosegow,

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Review: The Gazebo at Cockpit in Court

It’s utterly frightening how guilty one can make an innocent man look if one truly tries. But what if the innocent man isn’t so innocent? Or what if he’s guilty and innocent at the same time? Will you be able to keep up with the mayhem and calamity that unfolds in the madcap comedic thriller, The Gazebo on the cabaret stage at Cockpit in Court this summer? Only one way to find out!

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Review: Rashomon at CCBC Performing Arts Academic Theatre

Everyone tells the tale that they want the world to believe. Why should collegiate theatre be any different as they tell the tale of Rashomon adapted from the film by Akira Kurosawa by Fay and Michael Kanin? Rising like the fine morning mist at dawn on the main stage of the Theatre Building at the Community College of Baltimore County Catonsville’s Campus, Performing Arts at CCBC brings an academic student production forth to explore how one story can have many tellings as the events are always in the eye of the beholder.

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