"Playhouse Creatures," by Burbage Theatre Company in partnership with Womenswork Theatre Collaborative, features some sparkling performances, but never comes alive the way it should.
Trump has vowed to renew efforts to repeal and replace the 2010 law – something that could possibly reverse some of the GOP shift among South Florida's Latinos,
The Arctic Playhouse's production features solid performances from the large cast and polished direction by Bryan Sawyer. Several of the actors appeared in last year's production.
Burbage Theatre Company's production is alternately shocking, hilarious, and poignant as we follow a quartet of friends over the course of a few days in 2015.
"The Game's Afoot," now being presented by Arctic Playhouse, is a highly entertaining mystery/comedy which will keep you guessing up until the very end.
Silly, over the top, and wildly unrealistic: The joy of "Love Sex and the IRS" is seeing the escalating lunacy and the effect it has on the characters.
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