Sock n’ Buskin Theatre Company takes on a Broadway classic that deals with love, life, loss and tough times among a group of friends and starving artists in New York City’s East Village.Read the full review.
Coming off the hugely entertaining and successful Footloose, Orpheus Musical Theatre steps back and brings us a bit of the 20s with The Drowsy Chaperone. This Canadian musical is a parody of American musical comedy in the 20s, told through the imagination of a middle-aged man as he listens to the record and provides wry commentary to the audience. Read the full review.
Orpheus Musical Theatre Society kicks off their 107th season with another iconic show that was also a movie. For the next couple of weeks, they want to take you into the town of Bomont and ask you to cut loose with them for their production of Footloose. Read the full review.