Bridge Street Theatre Announces 2020 Season

Bridge Street Theatre 2020 American Roots Plays that reflect the American Experience in the Deep South, the Rockies,  the Great Plains, the Northeast, and who knows how many places in between. A Season Pass for 2020 is still only $100 and includes all five 2020 shows plus discounts to most…

REVIEW: “Dirty Blonde” at StageWorks

Reviewed by Gail M. Burns, July, 2002 There is one particular Tony Award-winning musical that I go to see every time it is mounted in reasonable driving distance simply because I have yet to see a production that explains to me why it is a Tony Award-winning musical and I…

REVIEW: “Dirty Blonde” at The Theater Barn

Reviewed by Gail M. Burns, June, 2002 If you take a close look at Mae West (1893-1980), you will see that she is nothing that you expect her to be. She wasn’t really blonde, she wasn’t really busty, and she wasn’t really curvy (heavy corset use there). She was kind…

REVIEW: “The Smell of the Kill” at the Berkshire Theatre Festival

Reviewed by Gail M. Burns, August, 2001 “Now give three cheers. I?ll lead the way. Hoorah, hoorah, hooray!” – W.S. Gilbert, H.M.S. Pinafore Now give three cheers and one cheer more! That?s one cheer for each of the fine actresses and the extra for?well, I can?t decide whether it should be…

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