Incline’s Blithe Spirit is Supernaturally Sublime

Review by Laurel Humes of Blithe Spirit: Incline Theatre

Lift your spirits for a couple of hours by sharing them with the ghosts in Blithe Spirit, the venerable Noel Coward comedy now onstage at Warsaw Federal Incline Theater.

This must be said first: Even if the actors just did a costume style show on the . . . → Read More: Incline’s Blithe Spirit is Supernaturally Sublime

Join the Séance in Incline Theatre’s Blithe Spirit

Review by Rachel Brandenburg of Blithe Spirit: Incline Theatre

Do you believe in ghosts? Or are mystics, mediums, and psychics simply frauds who have convinced themselves of their own power? This is the question raised in Warsaw Federal Incline Theatre’s Blithe Spirit, in the house of the Condomines, who have invited the neighbors and a . . . → Read More: Join the Séance in Incline Theatre’s Blithe Spirit

The Human Race Brings Audiences Home in the World Premiere of Family Ties

Review by Rachel Brandenburg of Family Ties: Human Race Theatre

Based on the television series of the same name, Family Ties, by Daniel Goldstein, brings a real treat to this cozy third-floor theatre. Set in 2008, about 20 years after the last episode aired, the play follows the characters as they stroll through some of . . . → Read More: The Human Race Brings Audiences Home in the World Premiere of Family Ties

Family Ties Bound To Be a Hit in for Human Race Theatre

Review by Liz Eichler of Family Ties: Human Race Theatre

The cast of “Family Ties”at Human Race Theatre

Imagine the television network pitch: liberal activist parents raising a conservative son. Comedy ensues. Would it work? Well, it worked for seven years on the CBS series Family Ties as a young Republican questioned his liberal . . . → Read More: Family Ties Bound To Be a Hit in for Human Race Theatre

Incline’s Damn Yankees is Devilishly Engaging

Review by Laurel Humes of Damn Yankees: Incline Theatre

William Jackson and Rachel Perin in “Damn Yankees”

I’m still humming “You’ve Got to Have Heart,” one of the pleasures of Damn Yankees, the baseball themed musical now onstage at Warsaw Federal Incline Theater.

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Incline Theatre Has a Solid Hit in Damn Yankees

Review by Doug Iden of Damn Yankees: Incline Theatre

If you are disappointed about the Reds season so far, imagine being a Washington Senators fan during the 1950’s when the New York Yankees routinely drubbed the home team. This is the premise of Damn Yankees, a classic musical which is playing at the Warsaw Federal . . . → Read More: Incline Theatre Has a Solid Hit in Damn Yankees

Quickstepping through Falcon Theatre’s Master Harold… And the Boys

Review by Alan Jozwiak of Master Harold…and the Boys: Falcon Theatre

These days, ballroom dancing seems reserved for reality television shows like Dancing with the Stars—something that ordinary people do not participate in. However, learning the quickstep forms part of the basic storyline for Athol Fugard’s masterpiece Master Harold…And the Boys.

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Growing up is Hard for Master Harold a Struggle Well Portrayed on Falcon’s Stage

Review by Ken Stern of Master Harold…and the Boys: Falcon Theatre

In the best of all worlds, in an ideal setting, life is hard enough for teenagers growing into maturity, reaching towards their authentic adult human self. In the real world, fathers are crippled, physically and mentally as war veterans, ruined by alcohol, and . . . → Read More: Growing up is Hard for Master Harold a Struggle Well Portrayed on Falcon’s Stage