Month: August 2019

Incline’s “Seven Brides and Seven Brothers” Full of Great Numbers

Review by Doug Iden of “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers”: Incline Theatre It’s tricky to adapt an original classic, dance-oriented Hollywood musical to the theater, but Cincinnati Landmark Productions has succeeded admirably as “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” opened at the Warsaw Federal Incline Theater.  Based upon the movie...

The Carnegie’s “American Idiot” Nails the Nostalgia for Y2K Punk Culture

Review by Nathan Top  of “American Idiot”: Carnegie Theatre I have an allergy to jukebox musicals; primarily most of them are poorly written and garishly marketed for the purpose of making money.  The Carnegie’s production of “American Idiot” is not that show. Director and choreographer Maggie Perrino’s exuberant vision...