There Was Nothing Drowsy About The Drowsy Chaperone
I’m not a fan of musicals. I KNOW! I’M A BAD HOMOSEXUAL! However, The Drowsy Chaperone was a clash of cheesiness, camp, and chaos in the best way possible. Whether it was blindfolded roller skating, or a plane coming out of the sky, the play always kept the audience on their feet and excited to see what comes next.
Every Brilliant Thing Comes to Market Hall, Peterborough
If I, like the lead in Every Brilliant Thing, were to write a list of all the small things that make life wonderful, seeing this play would be one of them. Journalist Chanel Bowen reviews the recent performance of Every Brilliant Thing at Market Hall
Arthur Goes to The Theatre: ASTC's Adaptation of "Little Women"
Join Arthur in attending Anne Shirley Theatre Company's adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's classic novel, Little Women! Read Emi Habel's review of the play's premiere and see how ASTC captured the emotions, adventures, and misfortunes of the March sisters.
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