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Transylvania Mania at Workshop Theatre – a review of “Young Frankenstein” by Jillian Owens

It seems appropriate that the last show ever to be performed by Workshop Theatre at their Gervais and Bull Street location would be Mel Brook’s Young Frankenstein. Emotions surrounding their move to 701 Whaley run high among the Columbia theatre … Continue reading

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Who is wrong and who is wronged? Ed Madden reviews “Collected Stories” at Trustus Theatre

There was a moment during a dress rehearsal of Collected Stories earlier this week that simply crushed me.  The stage was dark, and a stagehand went around the set in the darkness, slowly and methodically making a mess of the … Continue reading

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Collected Stories, opening at Trustus, poses tough questions by Jaquelyn Mohan

Who owns your memories?  It is a strange question, and one which opens conversation about intellectual property, personal experience, ownership, and the often blurred line between what is right and what is wrong.  In Collected Stories, playwright David Margulies raises … Continue reading

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