Posts Tagged: Stage West

Stage West’s ‘Drinking Habits’ is great fun with a funny cast

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A farce is defined as a comedy that aims at entertaining the audience through setting up situations that are exaggerated and having highly improbable scenarios . It’s complete buffoonery, horseplay, and physical comedy.  This is the comedy that Drinking Habits by Tom Smith is brimming with. Stage West has put on the solid production, with […]

Stage West’s ‘Million Dollar Quartet’ is a fabulous musical show

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One evening, back in December of 1956, Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, and Jerry Lee Lewis came together at Sun Records Studio to play together. Million Dollar Quartet is an imagining of this concert, a theatre production based on the book by Colin Escott and Floyd Mutrux. Stage West’s production features some outstanding musical […]

Stage West’s ‘Young Frankenstein’ falls flat

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There have been many adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, and quite a few movies and plays that are loosely based on the work. Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein the movie was written in 1974 by Brooks and Gene Wilder, and adapted into a musical that premiered on Broadway in 2007.