Tag Archives: Jennifer Latka

A terrific Southern comedy “THE HALLELUJAH GIRLS”

ATLANTIC BEACH EXPERIMENTAL THEATRE REVIEW A DUAL CRITICS REVIEW by DICK KEREKES & LEISLA SANSOM The Atlantic Beach Experimental Theatre has opened a terrific Southern comedy at 716 Ocean Boulevard in Atlantic Beach Florida. “” opened on May 5 and will run through May 21, 2017. Call 249-7177 or visit abettheatre.com for additional information and reservations. “The Hallelujah Girls,” written by the team of Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jaime Wooten, is the funniest play we have seen so far this year. The playwrights (sometimes known collectively as Jones Hope Wooten) have written numerous successful comedies; several have made their …

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a unique, possibly a once-in-a-lifetime theatre experience – “LAUNDRY & BOURBON and LONE STAR”

LIMELIGHT THEATRE REVIEW DICK KEREKES & LEISLA SANSOM [email protected] St. Augustine’s opened a unique, possibly a once-in-a-lifetime theatre experience on June 3, 2016 by using separate theatres to stage two one-act comedies, “” and “. ” Texas playwright (1951-2011) was known for “The Day They Shot John Lennon” and “Wild Oats,” but these two companion pieces he wrote in the 1970s have been even more successful and are still frequently performed. How it works: you will begin by seeing “Laundry & Bourbon,” which is about one hour long, on Limelight’s Matuza Main Stage. At intermission, you will enter the lobby …

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Stimulating! “THE CHRISTIANS”

LIMELIGHT THEATRE REVIEW St. Augustine’s opened Lucas Hnath’s thought-provoking drama “” on October 22, 2015. The play will run through November 15 in the Koger-Gamache Studio Theatre. “The Christians” debuted at the at Actors Theatre in Louisville in 2014 and was seen by the Dual Critics, who considered it the best play of the 38th annual festival. Limelight’s production offers local theatre patrons the unique opportunity to see a work that opened here while also on stage in New York, where it opened August 28 at Playwrights Horizons theatre. The play opens at a worship service at a mega church, …

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