Riverside Players taps the musical’s qualities.
Color abounds in the characters and songs.
Popular musical comedies are arriving.
He directed and performed throughout the region.
It’s a The Riverside Players attraction.
The musical is based on Elvis Presley fever.
Five women solo in the Rogue Theater production.
The cast works hard to get the stories across.
The production also stirs questions.
“Bay Beach Dance Party” features songs of the ’60s.
Box in the Wood Theatre Guild catches the spirit.
The thriller was a hit in the late 1970s.
“And Then There Were None” is a corker.
The actors’ performances are vivid and fun-loving.
“Searching for Romeo” will premiere this week.
History is enlivened through stories and songs.
July 4 is a great symbol in America.
Lanford Wilson’s play chimes at Stage Door Theatre.
The show’s back story is a trail of happiness and tears.
The musical thrives on the young cast’s spark.
“Over the River and Through the Woods” starts Wednesday.
The Green Bay singer co-produced the album.
The farce opens the 65th anniversary season.
American Folklore Theatre brings back the hilarious show.
The world-premiere production is top shelf.