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Horror, Camp, Comedy, and Splatter Come Together in Trustus Theatre’s Gloriously Gory “Evil Dead: The Musical” – a review by Jillian Owens

What could possibly go wrong? Ash (played by Michael Hazin) is just an average S-Mart employee who wants to spend a relaxing spring break at a creepy abandoned cabin in the woods. Joining him on this vacation are his sweetheart, … Continue reading

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“The House of Blue Leaves” at Trustus Theatre – a review by August Krickel

There’s a speech at the beginning of the second act of The House of Blue Leaves, the new show at Trustus Theatre, delivered by Philip Alexander as the son in the story’s central family. Speaking directly to the audience, he … Continue reading

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Timely, relevant, and thought-provoking – a review of the NiA Company production of David Mamet’s “Race” – by Jillian Owens

David Mamet is a playwright that has no problem leaving you feeling uncomfortable.  The NiA Company  production at the Richard and Debbie Cohn Trustus Side Door Theatre of his play, Race , is no exception.  Mamet is known for his dark, fast-paced … Continue reading

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