Play review

Crimes and lullabies

When you’re gone, what do you leave behind?Continue...

Southern sisterhood of strength

Don’t be fooled by the petals; underneath the magnolia flower is a heart of strength.Continue...

The difficulties with diagnosing

Biblical verses aren’t always at the top of the list for curse words. Yet, it was such oddities that made Blue/Orange make sense.Continue...

Sapunov’s first show

Who doesn’t love it when the geek gets the girl?Continue...

Bewitching blood

An axe murder will certainly keep you up at night.Continue...

Awake at The Drowsy Chaperone

Hearing the words “I hate theatre,” isn’t something you’d expect during the opening minutes of a play.Continue...

Relatable romance created on stage

Watching the audience can sometimes be just as satisfying as watching the stage.Continue...

Anatomy of a breakdown

Ambition can lead to the ruin of many, as suggested by the plot of Shakespeare’s Macbeth.Continue...

Untimely trap

Intrigue and mystery surround all of Agatha Christie’s works and The Mousetrap is no different.Continue...

Flesh-eating and fear-mongering

King's Town Players puts on Night of the Living DeadContinue...

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