“Xanadu” Glides Onto CCM Stage

The musical is, frankly, a lot:  a lot of look, a lot of synth, a lot of  meta jokes about artists, gentrification, and 40-year-old gays who attend children’s theater. The show never takes itself seriously and for 90 intermission-less minutes, the audience is transported to a world where physics,...

An “Our Town” for Our Time

"Eli Lucas as George Gibbs and Julianna Weis-Palacios as Emily Webb are strong...Their version of a balcony scene (played with facing ladders) is touching and their "date" at the ice-cream parlor is both well-acted and just fun to watch."...

Covedale’s “Odd Couple” is worth it

Director Greg Procaccino creates a sense of urgency throughout the opening scene, where Oscar and his poker buddies are a delight with their banter and specific personality quirks. ...

“Little Shop of Horrors” Slays at the Covington Plaza Amphitheater

Review by Nathan Top of The Carnegie‘s “Little Shop of Horrors” The Carnegie’s “Little Shop of Horrors” is a breath of fresh air. Literally. Staged at the Covington Plaza, there is something primal and innately human about this production. As the audience sits outdoors with the breeze, sun, and...