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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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Shakespeare’s Epic Romance “Cymbeline” – a review by Jillian Owens

When I heard the South Carolina Shakespeare Company had chosen Cymbeline for their spring show, I was excited. This is one of Shakespeare’s least-performed plays.  I had never seen a production, and can’t remember the last time it was produced … 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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