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Limelight Theatre Brings Arthur Miller Play to St. Augustine with 'An Enemy of the People'

Limelight Theatre Brings Arthur Miller Play to St. Augustine with ‘An Enemy of the People’

A DUAL CRITICS REVIEW St. Augustine’s Limelight Theatre opened “An Enemy of the People,” on January 11, which runs through February 3, 2019 on the Matuza Mainstage. The theatre is located at 11 Old Mission Avenue; ample free parking is available. Visit limelight-theatre.org or call 904-825-1164 for reservations. The play, written by Arthur Miller in 1950, is adapted from Henrik Ibsen’s classic drama, which was written in 1882. And although the original was written over a century ago, the themes remain relevant. How can you warn of danger when being pressured to remain silent? Protect your family from retaliation? Deal …

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A FACILITY FOR LIVING

LIMELIGHT THEATRE REVIEW DICK KEREKES & LEISLA SANSOM [email protected] St. Augustine’s opened “,” a dark comedy, on March 4th, 2016, with a run planned through March 26th on the Matuza Main Stage at 11 Old Mission Avenue. For reservations, call 904-825-1164, or visit limelight-theatre.org. In today’s theatre world, there are plays for everyone. We have plays for small children, teenagers, parents of small children and teenagers, and mystery fans, and now, thanks to playwright Katie Forgette, a play for senior citizens! Limelight’s Florida premier of “Facility” should be a big hit for the forty-four thousand (2012 stats) or more retired …

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LIMELIGHT THEATRE REVIEW: “THE BOYS NEXT DOOR”

St. Augustine’s Limelight Theatre opened its fifth show of the season on March 6 with “The Boys Next Door,” a touching comedy-drama by playwright Tom Griffin. It will continue on stage through March 29, 2015. “,”  written in 1983 and originally titled “Damaged Hearts, Broken Flowers,” is a look at the world of intellectually disabled adults, through the eyes of four men who live together in group home in Boston, a simply furnished apartment, and the social worker who is assigned to care for them and help them find their way to main-stream living. As such, there is not a …

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THEATRE REVIEW: “SWEET BIRD OF YOUTH”

St. Augustine’s Limelight Theatre opened a polished revival of one of the better American plays of the past century on January 23, 2015, with “Sweet Bird of Youth,” by Tennessee Williams, which initially opened on Broadway in 1959. Chance Wayne (), after a brief period of military duty, has become a drifter and gigolo, who depends on odd jobs and friendships with older women for support. However, he is not without ambition; he wants to be a film star. He has persuaded Alexandra (), an aging and fading film star he met while working as a pool boy in California, …

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