- Music Reviews
- March 21, 2018
Memphis Rent Party (Fat Possum Records). Review by James Mann.
A woman struggles with mental illness and gaining acceptance as a theoretical mathematician.
Can impending death re-orient your political compass?
A casual date turns into a hellish nightmare when journalist Theresa refuses a second date with creepy Tony who then stalks her through New York City.
Shipwrecked twins provoke Elizabethan hijinks in this all male cross-dressing comedy.
Young Ben Braddock just graduated college and a career in “plastics” hold no appeal. Instead, he has an affair with the wife of his father’s business partner and until he falls in love with her daughter. Then things get weird.
Newcomer Michael Scott Ross impresses with his first Winter Park Playhouse cabaret.
A young woman learns the key to communicating with the profoundly deaf, and changes the world.
A Greek tragedy based on the Pan Am flight 103 bombing.
A female astronomer discovers just how big space really is.
Peter Pan flittered into children’s literature a century ago; now see where he came from and became the sprite you know and love.
The film versions of “Shakespeare in Love” comes to the stage packed with jokes and gag for the Elizabethan play lover.
Art and politics collide when an ancient painting compromises refugee’s attempts to flee a war.
The love story between a psychotic Irish revolutionary and his cat. Wear old clothes, the blood sprays to row F in this dark, dark comedy.
Danny Kaye returns to the stage via the channeling of Mr. Wesley Slade at Winter Park Playhouse
The old songs of the MGM glory days fill the space with happy nostolgia.
Breakthrough celebrates the Broadway music of the early 21st Century.
Blood and chaos and screwball comedy fill this evening of Neil Simon.
A mysterious woman upsets the ultra liberal Taub household.
The Breakthrough gang sings the highlights of the Barry Manilow Songbook.
It’s a clash of wills and politics as a new homeowner fights his neighbor over begonias and fences.