Entertainment Reviewsby Jain Lemos
By mid-point, I was so entertained I didn’t want the story to end. And the ending is vastly different than anything I could have predicted.
The undaunted cast of Duke City Repertory Theatre embraces mineral-vegetable-animal-human in a short stage version of The Jungle Book with confidence and dexterity.
Peter Pan is a satisfying escape that makes you wonder if you should have stayed in Neverland when you had the chance way back when.
The Lion King is more than a treasured family extravaganza, it’s a complete course in musical theater production.
Ah, the drama of blended families. When they find themselves facing asset allocation, personalities often supersede principals.
This version of Julius Caesar is both ancient and futuristic with a spooky, tribal soundtrack.
Director Zane Barker stays true to Michael Bennett’s original structure as performers deliver a valiant effort in recreating this trailblazing chartbuster.
Rising up out of despair takes acceptance of your lot in life, but mainly because it’s cold and lonely crying by yourself on the floor.
A murder mystery that is both exceptionally funny and surprisingly difficult to solve.
A daring choice for Duke City Repertory Theatre’s sixth season launch.
William Inge’s 1953 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama examines the obsession with youth and beauty in the pursuit of relationships.
Julia Cameron’s unbridled delve into love and conflict is an affecting story of a Kansas couple torn apart by the Viet Nam War.