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Review: Wayside's 'Sherlock' sure to please

Wayside Theatre's production of "Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure" MIDDLETOWN -- Forget "Law and Order," "CSI" and their spin-offs. Their progenitor, Sherlock Holmes, that most enduring and perspicacious crime solver, is on the case at Wayside Theatre. comments
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Fact meets fiction in pre-WWI story

“Ragtime The Musical” WINCHESTER -- Sprawling is the best term for "Ragtime The Musical," which explores the pre-World War I era in the United States, blending historical figures with three fictional families. comments
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Holmes Returns: Sherlock back at Wayside after long absence

John Alcott and Thomasin Savaiano rehearse a scene MIDDLETOWN -- Renowned fictional detective Sherlock Holmes has captivated legions of fans with a carefully blended mix of deductive reasoning, shrewd observation and intellectual prowess that he uses to solve perplexing cases. comments
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History of a spy: Wayside youths portray different view of local legend in original play

 Wayside Theatre's Emerging Arts in Action's "Belle Boyd: A Civil War Spy" MIDDLETOWN -- Legions of writers and playwrights have produced works about the story of the Civil War in Shenandoah Valley. comments
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Winchester production fitting in today's troubled economy

Two lawyers square off WINCHESTER -- It begins with greed and quickly turns toward seduction, but the latest play at Winchester Little Theatre, "Other People's Money," will end with an entertained audience. How the audience members feel about the plot, though, will be entirely up to them, says director Paul Bailey. comments
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'Lighting the Fuse': Wayside original explores John Brown, Robert E. Lee

FRONT ROYAL -- History cannot seem to deliver a definitive judgment on whether legendary abolitionist John Brown was a martyred hero or a fanatical villain, whether he was a man willing to take up arms for a cause, or a megalomaniac zealot consumed by a religious crusade. comments

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