Henry and I hope you will join us this Saturday (5/21/16) at 11:00 p.m. as we unleash the latest episode of Time for the Blues featuring some great music from Virginia Artists as well as some great new numbers from around the country.
Articles by John Porter
Henry and I hope you will join us on Time for the Blues this Saturday (5/7/16) at 11:00 p.m. as we are preparing a great show for you filled with music from old friends, and a number of other artists that we admire!
We hope you will join us on Time for the Blues this Saturday (4/30/16) at 11:00 p.m. as Henry and I are putting together a great show for you that features some amazing music and at least two jokes that just might make you chuckle!
We hope you will join us this Saturday night (4/16/16) at 11:00 on Time for the Blues as Henry and I have put together a great show featuring some artists that you love as well as some with whom you may not be as familiar!
Shakespeare’s King Lear is a monumental play. But one major obstacle to mounting a good production of Lear is to have an actor that is believable as an older man, but who still has the stamina to last through a three-hour show night after night. There have been attempts to use younger actors – Olivier for example played the role in his twenties, but said he didn’t understand it until his seventies.
Theatre commentator John Porter looks at Firehouse Theatre’s production of “Maple & Vine.”
We hope you will join us on Time for the Blues this Saturday night (4/9/16) at 11:00 as Henry and I are planning a great show with a mix of new songs to rock the night away. The jokes will probably be as bad as ever, but trust me, the music is going to light up your world.
Theatre commentator John Porter takes a look at Swift Creek Mill’s production of ‘Little Shop of Horrors.’
Little Shop of Horrors started out life as a largely improvised film shot over a two-day period when director Roger Corman found he had two days’ rental left on a set and enough actors to make a quick flick. If you are unfamiliar with Corman, he was an amazing filmmaker who relied heavily on hungry actors on their way up, and desperate actors trying to hold on.