Monthly Archives: November 2014

A Slimmed-down “Camelot” in Red Bank

Last year Two River Theater Company presented a semi-staged version of “The Music Man” with a cast of eleven and seven musicians. Now they’re doing a scaled-down “Camelot” with eight and eight, which, considering the result, is enough. Referring to … Continue reading

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The review that goes like this: “Spamalot” will brighten your life!

In order to pull off “Monty Python’s Spamalot,” you need a dozen uninhibited character actors, that many ensemble singers and dancers, some leggy chorus cuties who can change costumes in seconds and look sexy in every one of them and, … Continue reading

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PAIR-A-GRAFS: Short takes on several shows (two paragraphs each, get it?)

                                                JUST OFF TIMES SQUARE…         The Playbill bios for the two “On the Town” leads could not be more dissimilar. Megan Fairchild is a principal dancer with New York City Ballet whose credits … Continue reading

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