Neil Shurley

Neil Shurley


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BWW Review: Riveting ALL MY SONS at Warehouse TheatreBWW Review: Riveting ALL MY SONS at Warehouse Theatre
Posted: Mar. 27, 2017


BWW Review: SOMETHING ROTTEN Brings Hilarity and Music to the Peace CenterBWW Review: SOMETHING ROTTEN Brings Hilarity and Music to the Peace Center
Posted: Apr. 13, 2017


BWW Review: Greenville Little Theatre embraces the silliness of LYING IN STATEBWW Review: Greenville Little Theatre embraces the silliness of LYING IN STATE
Posted: Apr. 9, 2017


BWW Preview: Peace Center 2017-18 SEASON Promises Love, Music, and PiesBWW Preview: Peace Center 2017-18 SEASON Promises Love, Music, and Pies
Posted: Mar. 29, 2017


LAST 365 DAYS

BWW Review: SISTER ACT: THE MUSICAL Brings Music and Laughs to Centre StageBWW Review: SISTER ACT: THE MUSICAL Brings Music and Laughs to Centre Stage
Posted: Mar. 20, 2017


BWW Review: Riveting ALL MY SONS at Warehouse TheatreBWW Review: Riveting ALL MY SONS at Warehouse Theatre
Posted: Mar. 27, 2017


BWW Review: SOMETHING ROTTEN Brings Hilarity and Music to the Peace CenterBWW Review: SOMETHING ROTTEN Brings Hilarity and Music to the Peace Center
Posted: Apr. 13, 2017


BWW Review: Greenville Little Theatre embraces the silliness of LYING IN STATEBWW Review: Greenville Little Theatre embraces the silliness of LYING IN STATE
Posted: Apr. 9, 2017


BWW Preview: Peace Center 2017-18 SEASON Promises Love, Music, and PiesBWW Preview: Peace Center 2017-18 SEASON Promises Love, Music, and Pies
Posted: Mar. 29, 2017


BWW Review: SOMETHING ROTTEN Brings Hilarity and Music to the Peace CenterBWW Review: SOMETHING ROTTEN Brings Hilarity and Music to the Peace Center
April 13, 2017

In the best possible way, Something Rotten is a circular argument celebrating its own existence. It's a glorious, hilarious, tuneful tribute to that pinnacle of theatrical entertainment, the modern, mainstream American musical.

BWW Review: Greenville Little Theatre embraces the silliness of LYING IN STATEBWW Review: Greenville Little Theatre embraces the silliness of LYING IN STATE
April 9, 2017

Lying in State, a comedy by David C. Hyer, takes place entirely in a funeral parlor, where Ed takes center stage. In a casket. It seems that Ed died in a gunfight with home invaders. Unfortunately, it may have only been squirrels that were trying to invade his home - giant purple squirrels.

BWW Preview: Peace Center 2017-18 SEASON Promises Love, Music, and PiesBWW Preview: Peace Center 2017-18 SEASON Promises Love, Music, and Pies
March 29, 2017

Love and triumph, conga and rock, romance and pies. The Peace Center's 2017-2018 Broadway season boasts an eclectic line-up of musicals, including Tony Award winners, returning classics, and shows that may well become your new favorites.

BWW Review: Riveting ALL MY SONS at Warehouse TheatreBWW Review: Riveting ALL MY SONS at Warehouse Theatre
March 27, 2017

It opens with a storm that knocks down a tree at its roots. By evening's end, the same thing has happened to a family. Filled with powerful performances, some disarming humor, and a gut-punching finale, All My Sons is a must-see.

BWW Review: SISTER ACT: THE MUSICAL Brings Music and Laughs to Centre StageBWW Review: SISTER ACT: THE MUSICAL Brings Music and Laughs to Centre Stage
March 20, 2017

It opens in a seedy disco and closes at a papal mass. In between, there's music, mayhem, and, just maybe, a little divine intervention.