It’s a two-character comedy.
Music plays a role, too.
Here’s another story involving the great Wisconsinite.
It’s a suspense-thriller.
New shows are popping up, too.
A community troupe is staging the musical.
Included is “Romeo and Juliet.”
It’s heavy but rewarding.
Daddy D’s has the honors.
The production is inventive.
Comedy opens the Riverside Players’ 59th season.
The musical thrives on classic comedy styles.
“No Bones About It” is set at a barbeque fest.
It’s a comedic/serious take on dating.
The title actor is on.
Theatre Z plays hardball.
The ensemble works as a whole.
“A Real Lulu” is prime satire.
Canada’s Stratford Festival is giant.
“When Butter Churns to Gold” starts premiere run.
A circus theme is adopted for the musical.
The show teases a TV family and a place.
“Beast on the Moon” is published in Turkey.
As a musical, it’s an oddity.
It’s located near Spring Green.