Theatre Superstitions Debunked

Mac-Shhhh-Don’t-Say-That-Word-Beth If there is one superstition that holds true for all in the theatre, it is that of… Macbeth.  In case you weren’t aware, it is horrible luck to say “Macbeth” in a theater.  While there is no confirmed origin to its infamy, it is speculated to be caused by many mysterious deaths that took place… Read more »

Review Roundup – III

BWW Review: THE ADDAMS FAMILY A NEW MUSICAL is Creepy Funny at the New Theatre in Overland Park By Steve Wilson | July 19, 2015 All things ghoulish, macabre, ghastly, and a little bit frightening are alive and well living within the walls of the Addams Family home. The only place to see this outrageous… Read more »

Review Roundup – II

Perry Players’ “Addams Family Musical” is frightfully funny By Angela Woolen | July 15, 2015 Duh, duh, duh, duh. Snap, snap. If the familiar phrasing brings to mind creepy, kooky, mysterious and ooky, then the “Addams Family Musical,” which starts Thursday, is a must see at the Perry Players. The cast transforms into the characters… Read more »

Going to the Theatre – As Explained in GIFS

When you find out your favorite musical is being performed near you. You’re like… When the orchestra starts to warm up and the person next to you is on their phone. You’re like… When you have the perfect seat and someone is seated in the middle of a song. You’re like… When a fellow audience… Read more »

Review Roundup

Ravenswood Man Finds Way to Explore, Show Love in ‘All Shook Up’ By Kelly Bauer | June 29, 2015 5:59am CHICAGO — Patrick Tierney sees a chance to teach audience members about love and how it knows no boundaries through his role in upcoming musical “All Shook Up.” “All Shook Up” is “lighthearted, essentially a… Read more »