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Come and Gone, Alas

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About Noel Coward, The Occult and a Glamorous Medium

Theater: ‘Blithe Spirit”

Noel Coward’s world is one in which martinis are bone dry, servants are responsive but measured, and toying with the occult has serious consequences. Thus we are introduced to the Condomines, a British couple given to regency stripes and cheery chintz in decorating, and breezy banter about marriage, sex and, well, death. 

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Two Men From Different Worlds

Theater: ‘Visiting Mr. Green’

Things don’t look promising for Mr. Green or for his visitor, Ross, in “Visiting Mr. Green,” Aglet’s upcoming production at Dewey Memorial Hall in Sheffield this Saturday, May 7.

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Soaring and Relevant Still

Theater: ‘West Side Story’

Yes, It Can Be Done — in 96 Minutes

Theater: ‘The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged’

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For Playgoers, an Emotional Marathon

Theater: ‘Race’

In Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird,” iconic attorney Atticus Finch delivers the epic line: “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view, until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.”

“Race,” the David Mamet play at the Warner Theatre’s Nancy Marine Studio in Torrington, is not so much a “walk around” as an emotional marathon.

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About Ghosts, Mortality, Hope

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‘Blithe Spirit’

It is difficult to imagine this carefully turned out and correct woman playing Noel Coward’s flamboyant spiritualist Madame Arcati in “Blithe Spirit,” but that, I guess, is why they call it acting.

Patricia Michaels may look the proper Brit, but evidently she has a wilder side, one that can summon the dead, even if, now and then, by accident.

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From a Dark Bar Into the Light

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A Big, Energetic Musical in the Making

Theater: Falls Village Children’s Theater: ‘Bye Bye Birdie’

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‘Chicago’ at HVRHS, Four Shows Only

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Roxie (Katherine McGuire) needs a lawyer, and she’s got Billie (Malcolm Scott), one of the best in Chicago. He’s manipulative and very successful and the press (Jala Cooke, Soren Clulow, Sofia Garner, Madison Simonds, Brooke Olownia, Ahmad Kheir, Sophie Lake-Ginouves, Emily Abbot, Mairead Hodgkins, Benjamin Upson and Rebekah Larson) is going wild covering this latest homicide in Chicago during the Jazz Age.

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