REVIEW: Irreverent 'Book of Mormon' Accomplishes Its Mission At The FisherAll-in all, "The Book of Mormon" is blessed with a tight-knit, energetic and highly skilled cast – and when combined with the expert work of the musicians and behind-the-scenes technical craftspeople, the result is one heck of a fine and entertaining show.
'Nunsense': Will It Bring Heavenly Bonanza Of Ticket Sales? The premise – for the five or so of you who haven't seen the show yet – is simple: A cooking accident by convent cook Sister Julia, Child of God, has wiped out 52 members of the Little Sisters of Hoboken.
Hamtramck Theater Provides The Route To Comic DelightHer actors are veterans all, but they still do a remarkable job in delineation of character. The use of body language is wonderful.
Rebellion Is Afoot At Abreact In Detroit Long before we see them, we hear the surly cast and their cantankerous stage manager exchanging barbs in atrocious Russian accents more reminiscent of Boris Badenov than Boris Yeltsin.
Have Yourself A Silly Little Christmas With 'Christmas Caper'"The Christmas Carol Caper" is a play within a play, a wickedly difficult form to pull off. It requires actors playing actors playing characters.
'The Importance Of Being Earnest' At Tipping PointWriter and poet Oscar Wilde had an incomparable command of the English language and the wit to employ it to maximum advantage.