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'Oklahoma!': University's second summer musical has important past

Susan McCormack-Pike swings a pistol WINCHESTER -- The musical "Oklahoma!" is one of those productions that never gets old, certainly never dies and always promises that the audience members will leave humming a few of its memorable tunes, from "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'" to the title song, "Oklahoma!" comments
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John Horan: Wayside's 'Shenandoah': Heart-felt but plodding

Brandon Wells and Troy Chandler Van Meter MIDDLETOWN -- "Shenandoah" in the Shenandoah Valley? The musical homage to a valley family during the Civil War seems a natural for a local theater. The Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre chose the show as its inaugural production in 1984. comments
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Hitting home: Wayside's 'Shenandoah' shows costs of war

The cast rehearsing a church scene MIDDLETOWN-- The latest production at Wayside Theatre does what every good show does -- it affects you, says actor Richard Follett. comments
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Winchester Little Theatre Play spins web of comedy

"Said the Spider to the Spy" WINCHESTER -- Drug shipments gone bad, characters pretending to be someone they aren't and a plot veiled in mystery might not sound like a comedy. But Winchester Little Theatre Director Barbara Swink assures that it is. comments
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Young playwright wins again

Tyler Faye Tharpe and Thomasin Savaiano MIDDLETOWN - What's the difference between a good playwright and a great one? The ability to turn criticism into gold. comments
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Review: 'Street Scene' slow to offer focused plot

WINCHESTER -- There's opera. There are Broadway musicals. And then there's "Street Scene." comments
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Review: Wayside's 'Harvey' is a must-see

harvey.jpg MIDDLETOWN -- By all means, go to Wayside Theatre to see "Harvey." But don't expect to see Harvey. comments
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Sisters' lives at center of WLT's 'Belles'

Six sisters talk on the phone WINCHESTER -- Braving the winter weather, dealing with cast changes and even rehearsing from home by telephone, the cast of Winchester Little Theatre's latest play, "Belles," is determined to make the production a success. comments
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'Anything Goes' maintains modern ideas

Abby Hart serenades WINCHESTER -- The dim bar with a handful of patrons and a piano player seems an odd entree to "Anything Goes," that most effervescent of musicals, but in no time Erika Conaway is belting out "I Get A Kick Out Of You," and the scene shifts to the snazzy ocean liner that dominates the Orhstrom-Bryant stage. comments
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'Midsummer Night's Dream' to hit stage at Central High

Jessie Kraemer lunges at Margot Cramer MIDDLETOWN - The opening scene of Wayside's Education in Action program's upcoming play begins with anger, dissolves into utter chaos and magically resolves itself peacefully -- completely indicative of the story it precedes. comments

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