Category: Theatre Review

“Committed Citizen” by Abbe Tanenbaum: A World Premier at PACA 1505 State.

Reviewed by Craig Schneider Opening night on Friday was beyond Sold Out for the World Premiere of a new play by Abbe Tanenbaum, a working...

“Constellations”:  Now playing at Drama Shop

By Craig Schneider Congratulations to Zack Flock and Dramashop for debuting another brilliant and entertaining play to a large opening...

The Station Dinner Theater Presents “Flanagan’s Wake”

By Craig Schneider Just in time to get your Irish up, this interactive Dinner Theater now playing at the Station Restaurant will make a...

King Charles III – By Mike Bartlett – Now Playing at Dramashop

Reviewed by Craig Schneider The Queen is Dead. Long Live the King! After a lifetime of waiting, Prince Charles finally becomes KING CHARLES...

PACA Presents Rocky Horror

By Steven M. Opsanic Superbly Co-Directed by Jerry Brace and Mark Tanenbaum, PACA brought the curtain up on a cavalcade of talent that made...

The 36th Annual Canterbury Feast at the Station Dinner Theatre “The Conjuring Codger” or “Feel the Yearn”

By Craig Schneider As their website says: “The Canterbury Feast is the longest running medieval musical comedy in the USA”. Right here...

Ragtime At The Playhouse

By Braden Pituch The Erie Playhouse opened up their 100th season this past Friday with the epic musical Ragtime. Directed by Almitra...

All An Act’s “All My Sons”

By Darren Miller This past weekend All An Act Theatre opened it’s gripping and talent rich rendition of Arthur Miller’s classic...

“The Fantasticks”: Now Playing at the Riverside Dinner Theater

Reviewed by Craig Schneider “The Fantasticks opened in 1960 and didn’t close until 2002, making it the longest running musical...

Farragut North by Beau Willimon – Now Playing at Dramashop Theatre

By Craig Schneider  Are you looking forward to the upcoming Presidential Election media spectacle?  Neither am I, but you really...