Category: Theatre Review

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...

Skeletons In Her Closet…Among Other Things

The Station delivers a saucy comedy about the naughty side of old age. by Rob Kocur Suppose you go to live with your grandmother in...

Purrrrfect Mayhem

All An Act scores big with a kooky, British farce. By Rob Kocur So, there’s this multi-gazillionaire named Sir Winston Livingston,...

“Chicago Speakeasy: Too Many Crooks” Review

by Craig Schneider Or is that too many Crooks?  Sheer brilliance to add this Canadian farce to the bill of fare at the Annual Chicago...

Sam Shepard’s “Fool for Love” at PACA

By Steven M. Opsanic With dazzling directing, an incredibly gifted cast, and performances that were dripping with talent, PACA opened its...

Little Women…Big Dreams

Dramashop presents a “SoCal” version of one of America’s most famous novels. By Rob Kocur Okay, so you’re the average...

A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to The Cemetery

All An Act presents an offbeat dramedy about love and healing By Rob Kocur I have many friends who would sooner hitchhike or row a canoe to...

“Tinfoil Haberdashery” Now Playing at PACA 1505

by Craig Schneider With a name like Ernest Hemmings you’d better be a good writer and the former Erie resident does not disappoint....

A Comedy Second to Nun

The Station presents a hysterical farce of the highest order. by Rob Kocur I can’t say I’ve spent much time in convents, but if I ever...

“Peter and the Starcatcher” at the Erie Playhouse 

By Craig Schneider On judging whether this show is awesome or awful, you really have to check your expectations at the door.  There are no...