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Re: “Theater Review: "The Hot L Baltimore" at Blackfriars

thank you for bringing David Raymond's reviews back to City.

Posted by Kathryn Quinn Thomas on 04/01/2014 at 6:06 PM

Re: “Theater Review: Geva Theatre Center's "Informed Consent"

I think this is a very important play. It raises issues we should all be thinking about. I really think it is less about science and religion than it is about who we are, how much of our own identity is in the stories we live and tell. This has universal application. Are we living the story we want? Are we telling our family members our stories now? Can we find ways to make our stories vital to our communities? And....when our own story conflicts with another's...then what? How do we act, or react, or tell that story? A very, very important play that raises these topics in a way that allows us to think about them in new ways. Please go and take your friends and family.

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Posted by Betti on 03/24/2014 at 11:51 AM

Re: “Interview: Local performer Evan Harrington returns to Rochester in "Once"

Several young performers have been on national touring shows. Alizabeth York (Gananda) was in The Music Man; Colin Nims (Gananda) was in Oliver; Tim Mitchum (Rochester) was in Lion King; Clay Thompson (Gananda) was in several tours and is in Matilda on Broadway. There are many many others too!!
- John Barthelmes (who had the privledge of working with each of those amazing performers)

Posted by JohnB on 03/21/2014 at 9:11 AM

Re: “Interview: Local performer Evan Harrington returns to Rochester in "Once"

I just saw Rob Campbell, Penfield High School Class of 1987, in the Broadway show ALL THE WAY. He plays George Wallace. Amazing actor and guy!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rob_Campbell

Posted by Chey on 03/21/2014 at 8:29 AM

Re: “Interview: Local performer Evan Harrington returns to Rochester in "Once"

A huge 'Atta Boy' to Evan for not only following a dream but being a success at it. I just wish I lived a little closer to Rochester so I could see this show. Plus, it would be an opportunity to see an old high school friend, his father, Ken.

Dave Agusta
Greeley CO

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Posted by Dave Agusta on 03/19/2014 at 7:05 PM

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