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  • Mythic Love
  • Mythic Love

    In Once on This Island, song and dance embody the power of determined love.
      That’s why we go to churches and concerts and museums and theaters, isn’t it? To get extracted from our daily worries, to be reminded of why we bother to run around making money and paying bills all day..
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  • A Midsummer Night's Sex Musical
  • A Midsummer Night's Sex Musical

    A Little Night Music = Woody Allen Ingmar Bergman show tunes.
      “I was part of a production in Portland once, and it was so stuffy and boring,” says Welch. “I said to myself, ‘If I ever get a chance to direct this, we’re going to have fun.’” The fun is inherent in the bed-swapping plot (derived from Ingmar Bergman’s Smiles of a Summer Night,.
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  • Oz in 3D
  • Oz in 3D

    Can a staged Wizard compete with the classic movie? If it has Mallory King and cute school kids, why, yes, it can.
      The Munch-kids: The giggling just before “Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead” comes not from little people but small schoolchildren, some of whom probably live right down your street and attend third grade. And nothing says “cute and innocent” like 30 Idaho schoolchildren.
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  • Tuxes and Tinsel
  • Tuxes and Tinsel

    Four guys from the ‘50s have time-traveled so your heart may be merry and bright.
      Oh, this is the holiday version of the show? The one with four harmonizing guys from the ‘50s? That’s different, then. Clearly, Forever Plaid: Plaid Tidings breaks new ground in the Christmas-carols-with-a-sort-of-plot category. Let’s go, then, right to our starting lineup.
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  • It's Afrotastic!
  • It's Afrotastic!

    In Hairspray, all the girls — fat, black, unpopular — are pounding out a protest rhythm. And you can't stop the beat.
      “Welcome to Beach Boys innocence. As shimmied and shouted in director Kirk Mouser’s Coeur d’Alene production, it’s a party-whoop celebration of freedom from prejudice and the sheer joy of living.
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  • Pretending To Be Mean
  • Pretending To Be Mean

    In the CdA production of Cinderella, Ellen Travolta is playing her sisters’ mother. But then, she’s used to bossing them around.
      New Jersey, in the 1950s. An Italian- Irish working-class family. Salvatore ran a tire business; Helen taught high school drama and directed at community theaters; and Ellen — the eldest of their six kids, the responsible one — got stuck with much of the housework.
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