Theatre commentator John Porter looks at Firehouse Theatre’s production of “Maple & Vine.”
Articles by John Porter
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.
We hope you will join us this Saturday night (3/19/16) at 11:00 on Time for the Blues as we kick off spring with some very exciting blues just for you (and maybe a few hundred of your closest friends)!
We hope you will join us this Saturday night (3/12/16)at 11 on Time for the Blues as Henry and I plan on unleashing a tremendous show that highlights several of our favorite performers and introduce you to some new ones that you will love.
How do you represent one of the greatest Americans to ever live on stage? A larger than life human being who helped to lessen the bondage that millions of people were forced to live in might be shown in over the top mythic terms; but since the operative word is “human,” to tell the true story means to look past the myth to the man himself.
If all you think of is light comedies and musicals when you think of Swift Creek Mill Playhouse, you might have to challenge that assumption and see their current production, the world premiere of The Little Lion.
We hope you’ll join us this Saturday night (2/13/16) at 11:00 for Time for the Blues as Henry and I are going to continue our search for some of the best releases of 2015. It just won’t be the same if you’re not there to join in the fun and enjoy the great blues!
For many of us, 2015 was not the greatest of years; for others it was stellar. One thing we can all probably agree on is that some fantastic music was unleashed on the world – and we’ve got a nice sampling of it for you.