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The Two of Us Productions presents ‘Terms of Endearment’

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The play adapted for the stage by Dan Gordon is based on the movie screen play by James L. Brooks and the novel by Larry McMurtry.  Presented by The Two Of Us Productions in collaboration with The Theater at The Grange, located at The Copake Grange on Empire Road in downtown Copake NY. Feb. 15 through Feb. 24. For reservations visit www.TheTwoOfUsProductions.org  or call 518-329-6293. 

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Broadway Divas Bring An Evening of Cabaret to Sharon Playhouse

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Sharon Playhouse Cabaret and Cocktails will present Haley Swindal, left, and Jana Robbins in a cabaret performance of  “We Just Move On,” a salute to Kander & Ebb. This evening of song and story features hits from Broadway shows that include “Cabaret,” “Chicago,”  and “Zorba,” Jan. 26, cocktails 5:30 p.m. performance 6:30 p.m. Sharon Playhouse, 49 Amenia Road, Sharon , Conn. www.sharonplayhouse.org

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Impossible Dreams Lift Spirits This Tense Season

Theater: ‘Man of La Mancha’

Let’s presume, for a moment, that Francis Daley brought “Man of La Mancha” to TheatreWorks New Milford because he had the innate sense that we all needed reassurance that at this point in time, it is mandatory “to dream the impossible dream.” If you add to that presumption that Daley actually “pitched” the idea of Dale Wasserman, Joe Darion and Mitch Leigh’s timeless musical as the final offering of the 2018 season over a year ago, then the audience owes him a special round of applause.

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‘Ghost-Writer’ At Aglet Theater

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Aglet Theatre Company’s production of “Ghost-Writer,” a one-act, three-person play by Michael Bollinger, opens for two performances Saturday, Dec. 15 at Dewey Memorial Hall in Sheffield, Mass.

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Newsboys Strike, Bosses Cave and Love Triumphs on Warner Stage

Theater: ‘NEWSIES’

They sing.  They dance.  They fly through the air in acrobatic turns.  The “newsies,” the rough, tough street kids who sold newspapers in turn of 20th Century New York have come to the Warner Theatre with energy to burn.

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Aglet Theatre Company presents ‘Occupant’

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Illusions and Hope in Tennessee Williams’ Play

Theater: ‘The Glass Menagerie’

Memory is a gravitational force in Julianne Boyd’s superb production of “The Glass Menagerie” now playing at Barrington Stage Company. Tennessee Williams filled his first successful play — it premiered on Broadway in 1944 — with barely disguised autobiography rendered in poetic language and with tender psychological insight.

Arthur Miller Play Still Powerful

Theater: ‘All My Sons’

There are would-be playwrights ­— devoted, passionate writers who strive to capture the human condition in scenes and acts and probing dialogue.
There are talented playwrights who have listened and learned and dreamt enough to be able to capture the essence of human interaction and compress it into a two-hour spirited, insightful experience.
Then, there is Arthur Miller.

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‘Mothers and Sons’ Is Powerful and Elegant

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A bee sting. A cut. A sprain. The pain is immediate, but with time, it fades.
 Lose a child, and the pain is sustained for a lifetime.
Such is the fate of Katherine Gerard, a lonely, embittered woman who lost her son, Andre, 20 years ago to the horror of AIDS, and has finally mustered the courage to meet, face to face, with her son’s former lover.

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So Good It’s Almost Patsy Cline

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Sharon Playhouse’s production of “Always... Patsy Cline” is a sure-fire hit that will send you out of the theater humming — maybe singing — the tunes that made Cline the first country crossover-into-pop recording artist. Written in 1988 by Ted Swindley, 25 years after Cline’s death, the play is drawn from the memories of Louise Seger, Cline’s pen pal.

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