Review of Baldwinsville Theatre Guild (BTG) 75th anniversary, ‘The Music Man’

I had the pleasure of going to the Baldwinsville Theatre Guild and seeing their newest musical offering, “The Music Man.” This was the BTG’s celebration of their 75th anniversary. The show has been sold out every time so far and is expected to continue to do so. The theater was packed with people and excitement.

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Review: ‘One Man Two Guvnors’ by CNY Playhouse

On a winter Sunday afternoon, I attended The Central New York Playhouse’s 2017 season premiere production of the British farce, “One Man, Two Guvnors.” The plot is purposely complicated and full of fun. The overall play is based off of the 1746 Italian play, “A Tale of Two Masters.” The story is set in the small town of Brighton, England in 1963. This stage captured the English character bluntly. CNY Playhouse has been upgrading their theater and it was noticeable in the sound, lighting, and comfortable seating.

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Review: CNY Playhouse’s ‘Witness for the Prosecution’

On Friday evening, I had the opportunity to attend the opening night performance at The Central New York Playhouse’s fall production of Agatha Christie’s drama, “Witness For The Prosecution.” CNY Playhouse has really come into its own and this show highlights their strengths. This theater seems made for this type of intimate show. Short of crowd participation, I felt fully involved.

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