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50 Shades! The Musical

Balls-to-the-chin deep in its free and fluid use of language, 50 Shades! does not shirk its punches against the source material. It's raw and unforgiving, tearing away at the scant flesh of the ...

Reviewed 29 January 2014 under Stage Antics and Theatrics

Shrek The Musical

Cold and colder with the air pulling all hairs in goose-slapping fashion. Fog machines at the ready, the clouds and fairy tales are on for a song and "Once upon a time..." starts us off.

Reviewed 23 February 2012 under Stage Antics and Theatrics

Young Frankenstein The Musical

Strobe lights are thick and fast, landing a white coat on the back of the throat while your eyes stumble out of their sockets and jump back when they find out how chapped your cheeks are.

Reviewed 20 November 2011 under Stage Antics and Theatrics

Fiddler on the Roof - Lexington Opera House

Front-end loader and the title drop happens in the first line with a man playing the fiddle atop a shanty roof. Right on the heels, "Tradition" lays out the background, and by natural ...

Reviewed 18 February 2011 under Stage Antics and Theatrics

Monty Python's Spamalot - Lexington Opera House

God is Eric Idle. Or the voice of. Or at least the recording is what introduces the show and hushes those in the audience with fingers on their mobiles and loud lolly wrappers.

Reviewed 18 January 2011 under Stage Antics and Theatrics

The Color Purple: The Musical About Love - Lexington Opera House

Based on Alice Walker's epistolary novel, the musical production of The Color Purple takes the heart and struggle to explode its essence in song. And rather cheekily at that.

Reviewed 15 September 2010 under Stage Antics and Theatrics

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