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November 23, 2019

SVSU tackles some heady issues in it’s latest StudioXP production Emilie; La Marquise du Chatelet Defends Her Life by Lauren Gunderson. The production successfully creates an environment in which audience members are left to confront their own opinions on love and know...

November 23, 2019

Emilie La Marquise Du Chatelet Defends Her Life Tonight, by Lauren Gunderson begins with Emilie in the afterlife where she retells her life story in an effort to determine whether her life was fulfilled or whether she dies with work left unfinished. 

Directed by SVSU al...

June 20, 2019

Spring Awakening, the 2006 Tony Award winning rock musical by Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater (based off the 1891 German play by Frank Wedekind), is the inaugural production by Tri-Cities Young Adult (TCYA) Theatre.  An ambitious and somewhat controversial show, Spring A...

March 30, 2019

In The Goat, architect Martin Gray has fallen in love again. He still loves his wife Stevie deeply, but has found a profound love with Sylvia, whom he met in the country. The nature of this relationship brings about a frank discourse on love. The show presents no answe...

January 19, 2019

In the event you don’t read my entire review (shame on you!) let me start by saying this: if you can get tickets to see Passion Theatre Group’s “Ordinary Days” this weekend, do it. Have dinner a little early, go grocery shopping a little later, or go Sunday when there’...

January 19, 2019

Passion Theatre Group begins its second season with the musical Ordinary Days by Adam Gwon. Director Chad William Baker chose to stage this intimate musical in three-quarter thrust (where the audience sits on three sides of the stage), adding to the intimacy. Staging a...

November 17, 2018

Author Itamar Moses brings us a fresh take on love, human connection and discovery in this contemporary romantic comedy. The story centers on computer scientist, Elliot, as he attempts to flirt with molecular biologist, Molly, and accidentally ends up helping with her...

November 17, 2018

In a climactic scene of Completeness, female protagonist Molly says her millennial generation is doomed “to know just enough to know that [romance] never works, but not enough to know what… we’re supposed to do about it.”  This is the key to understanding (sort of), It...

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