Fred Dolan reviews Spamalot, the comic King Arthur and knights musical based on the film “Monty Python and the Holy Grail“, now playing Beck Center in Lakewood.
Arts on the Heights
Fred Dolan reviews Maestro: Leonard Bernstein, a one man play with music as Hershey Felder powerfully portrays one of the major musical forces and personalities of the 20th century.
Fred Dolan reviews the Porthouse Theatre production of the musical Working, based on the book by Studs Turkel.
Fred Dolan previews the Ohio Shakespeare Festival’s productions of Comedy of Errors and Cymbeline at Stan Hywet’s outdoor stage.
Lantern Theatre presents the legendary hammer-swinger John Henry in a family oriented production inside the Tinker’s Creek Barn in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
The Bikinis is a girl group extravaganza of hit songs from the 1960s and ’70s currently playing Actors’ Summit Theater in Akron.
South Pacific, the classic American musical, is currently playing the Porthouse Theatre at Blossom Music Center.
English coal miners become art sensations in the true story of The Pitman Painters, now playing the Beck Center in Lakewood.
Manning Up at Actors’ Summit comically examines the feelings of two men as they face becoming fathers for the first time.
The House of Blue Leaves is a dark, absurdist comedy from the 1970′s. Now playing the Beck Center in Lakewood.