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Key West’s eclectic TheatreXP has announced its program for the annual Key West Summer Stage, set to run Wednesdays through Sundays, July 5 through 29 in Key West. The schedule includes two cutting edge, award-winning plays, two new play readings, and will feature an intriguing new theatrical event called “Twice Told Tales”. “This will be […]

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COMING UP! “Short Attention Span Theatre”…All New for 2017!!

Playwright Mark St. Germain likes to play in a mind garden of “What if’s…?”, and he invariably applies that question to historical figures whose lives and exploits have piqued his imagination. He’s taken audiences inside the cluttered Harlem home of the Collyer brothers in “Dancing Lessons”; given them imagined conversations between C.S. Lewis and Sigmund […]

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A Quick Look At I DO, I DO

The story floating in the mists of Broadway history are that the great acting teams who have played the lead roles in the classic musical “I Do, I Do” found it incredibly difficult to leave the roles, they loved them so much. Broadway legends Mary Martin and Robert Preston – the originators of the roles […]

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An Interview with MURDER FOR TWO’s Joe Kinosian

How did MURDER FOR TWO come about? Kind of a roundabout way. I had just met my writing partner Kellen Blair at a BMI workshop on musical theater. This was around 2007. We got to talking, and then we were both hired to work on this big show—a Broadway period piece with all the musical […]

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Bingo! The Winning Musical

Reviewed by George Fontana as seen in The Weekly What can be said about Ms. Vicki Roush that hasn’t been said about Paris, Picasso, or a New Orleans praline parfait? Magnificent immediately comes to mind. Quickly followed by Superlative and Inimitable. Roush is that good as the lead in “Bingo – The Winning Musical” running at the […]

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