Tag Archives: Bob Singleton

Review: God of Carnage by On The Verge

More to read: In God of Carnage, real couples play couples at war Photo gallery: God of Carnage Veronica and Michael Novak have asked Annette and Alan Raleigh over to their house for a polite discussion about the playground squabble that ended … Continue reading

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Studio Players 2011-12 season

Studio Players has announced the titles and directors for its 2011-12 season. It is a lineup that includes a world premier: the musical Looking for Mrs. Claus by Lexington playwright Margaret C. Price, whose Belle Brezing will play at Actors … Continue reading

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Slide show: SummerFest’s The Merchant of Venice

SummerFest is back, starting tonight with Ave Lawyer’s production of William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice. It’s a modern-dress rendition of the story with a hip hop soundtrack and Shylock running his business dealings off of a laptop. Here’s a … Continue reading

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Studio Players’ Run for Your Wife

Studio Players closes its 2009-10 regular season with the Ray Cooney’s comedy Run for Your Wife. The show is about a London cab driver who is married to two women. An accident one morning threatens to expose his bigamy and … Continue reading

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Studio Players 2010-11 season

Studio Players unveiled its 2010-11 season Thursday night. It is … Sept. 16-Oct. 10: The Jungle Fun Room by Brian Hampton – A comedy about struggling actors who work at children’s birthday parties in New York City. Hampton’s Checking In … Continue reading

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Video: Wait Until Dark at Studio Players

With Wait Until Dark in its final days of rehearsal for its opening tonight at Studio Players, we swung by to talk to actor Sharon Sikorski and director Bob Singleton about the challenges of presenting Frederick Knott’s play about a … Continue reading

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First Look: Studio Players’ ‘True West’

Studio Players brings’ Midway resident Sam Shepard’s “True West” to the Carriage House Theatre stage Jan. 21-Feb. 7. It’s the first Lexington production of a Shepard play since Phoenix Group Theatre’s 1998 rendition of “Fool for Love.” Studio’s show is … Continue reading

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First Look: Studio Players – ‘Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol’

Studio Players gets the holiday theater season going with a different take on Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.” The theater presents a minimalist production of Tom Mula’s “Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol,” which supposes Scrooge’s redemption was Marley’s ticket out of … Continue reading

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Always . . . Patsy Cline an unprecedented hit

Wednesday performances are unheard of at Studio Players, but that is what Always . . . Patsy Cline has pushed the Bell Court troupe to do. After opening night, the theater which regularly presents performances Friday through Sunday, added Thursday … Continue reading

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First Look: SummerFest’s Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

SummerFest presents Patti Heying’s production of Jeffrey Hatcher’s adaptation of Robert Lewis Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde July 15-19, 2009, in the Arboretum on Alumni Drive. In this version, Jekyll is played by one actor … Continue reading

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