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Live Radio Show: "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" this weekend at Lakewood Playhouse

Critics aren't often invited to preview a rehearsal which is why I was pleasantly surprised that director James Venturini allowed me to take a peek at their tech rehearsal for Lakewood Playhouse's upcoming show, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. This particular show is Lakewood Playhouse's 7th Annual Live Radio Show

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Space invaders in Lakewood

People are gullible. Maybe not all people and maybe not in all situations but given the right set of circumstances, people will believe almost anything. Sunday, Oct. 30, 1938, Martians invaded the earth. Millions of earthlings panicked as they heard the details of the attack unfold on the radio. Even

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Modern Kin's "Abandon" track drops today

Drew Grow and the Pastors' Wives are no strangers to Tacoma. They have played shows put on by The Warehouse, Notes From Home, Broadway Center's Fall Free for All and First Night. What many may not know is they have reconfigured their band, stripping down to their three core members

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Preview: Tacoma Musical Playhouse 2012-13 season

APPLAUSE >>> After reviewing the majority of shows at Tacoma Musical Playhouse this season, I wasn't sure I would be interested in taking on quite as many during the 2012-2013 season. That was until I got the list of their upcoming shows. While I probably won't end up at all of

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TONIGHT: Occupy Neverland

TACOMA STAGE FLIES HIGH WITH PETER PAN >>> Piers Chater Robinson's Peter Pan is adapted from the play by J.M. Barrie. The story strikes a chord with kids who don't want to grow up, as well as adults who wish they were responsibility-free like children. Or people who

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THEATER REVIEW: “Always, Patsy Cline”

ONE OF TACOMA LITTLE THEATRE'S BEST PRODUCTIONS OF THE YEAR >>>   Always, Patsy Cline is a musical for people that love music but are not particularly fond of musicals. It's more like a concert with a play interspersed between the songs. The story is about the beginning of the six-year friendship

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