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Open Stage To Present A Full Line Up Of Holly Jolly Holiday Performances

Open Stage will present a full lineup of holly jolly holiday performances, including 'Who's Holiday!' from Nov. 25 - Dec. 23, 'A Christmas Carol' from Dec. 2-23, and 'Paige Turner: SLAY RIDE!' on Dec. 9. Get ready for a season of laughter and holiday magic in downtown Harrisburg.
Review: A CHRISTMAS CAROL at Open Stage

There is not a single weak link in this production. The entire cast and production team of Open Stage’s A Christmas Carol deserve a standing ovation for this performance. Get your tickets before it sells out.
Open Stage To Present A CHRISTMAS CAROL Next Month

Open Stage, a theatre company in downtown Harrisburg, will present for its 23rd consecutive year A Christmas Carol on its Capital Blue Cross Main Stage from Dec. 3-23. The stage adaptation by Stuart Landon and Rachel Landon brings to life Charles Dickens' classic novel of redemption and holiday magic.
Review: THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW at Theatre Harrisburg

What better way to kick off autumn than with The Legend of Sleepy Hollow adapted by local playwright David Ramón Zayas and directed by Jeff Luttermoser at Theatre Harrisburg September 9-18. If you love the spooky season and tales of ghosts, this is a show you will not want to miss.
Review: THE WINTER'S TALE at Gamut Theatre

One of the best things about Gamut’s Shakespeare in the Park is the sense of community that fills the audience. Many audience members have made Shakespeare in the Park an annual tradition, so come on out to Reservoir Park for The Winter’s Tale and then keep an eye on the upcoming shows at https://www.gamuttheatre.org.
BWW Review: JEEVES TAKES A BOW at Oyster Mill Playhouse

Jeeves first appears in a series of English novels by P.G. Wodehouse. Jeeves, valet to Bertie Wooster, a rich young man, is truly the brains of the operation, assisting Bertie in disentangling himself from various predicaments. Jeeves appears in a multitude of manifestations from the 1990 television series Jeeves and Wooster starring Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie to films, radio shows, musicals, comics, and, perhaps most popular in the States, plays written by Margaret Raether. Jeeves Takes a Bow is the third in Raether's Jeeves series and comes to life on stage at Oyster Mill Playhouse now through September 1.
BWW Review: A CHRISTMAS CAROL at Open Stage Of Harrisburg

The 1843 Charles Dickens novel A Christmas Carol is a familiar tale. Each holiday season A Christmas Carol can be found in one of its over 130 adaptations on the screen or on the stage. As the stress of the holiday season grows, it is not unusual to hear someone utter the words made famous by Ebenezer Scrooge-Bah! Humbug! No matter what version of the classic tale we see, however, the story reminds us that the true spirit of the holiday season is one of compassion, kindness, forgiveness, charity, love, and hope. A Christmas Carol opened for the 19th year at Open Stage of Harrisburg on December 1st.
BWW Review: I HATE HAMLET at Oyster Mill Playhouse

I Hate Hamlet, by Paul Rudnick, first hit the stage in 1991. Set in actor John Barrymore's apartment, the play introduces the audience to Andrew Rally, a television actor considering an attempt at playing Hamlet. The characters, which include a television star, a Hollywood director, an agent, a realtor, John Barrymore himself, and a theatre-obsessed virgin girlfriend, are delightful, and the show is packed with humor. The Broadway run of the show was cut short when one of the actors was intentionally injured on stage. I Hate Hamlet opened at Oyster Mill Playhouse on Friday, August 17th.
BWW Review: GALLATHEA Brings Happiness All Around At Gamut

As the show's producers advertise, love is love is love, even when it's pre-Shakespearian comedy. Love wins out over virgin-eating monsters in the middle of Tudor England in GALLATHEA.
BWW Review: JEEVES INTERVENES at Oyster Mill

Jeff Wasileski reprises his role as the greatest valet of all time in Oyster Mill's latest production
BWW Review: SUPERIOR DONUTS at Oyster Mill Playhouse

In this day and age, race and social class are very challenging topics to discuss. Everyone has an opinion, and many are unafraid to share it. These clashing views can sometimes render these subjects somewhat taboo, but Oyster Mill Playhouse is choosing to bring these tricky topics to light. With a touch of humor and heart, their current production of SUPERIOR DONUTS is one that speaks to the genuine power of friendship and empathy, while giving the audience a laugh or two along the way.
Oyster Mill Playhouse to Present Tracy Letts Comedy SUPERIOR DONUTS

The Oyster Mill Playhouse will present SUPERIOR DONUTS, by Tracy Letts, April 21 through May 7.
BWW Review: RUR Brings History's First Robots to Gamut

Before Gort, there were flesh and blood 'robots' in Karel Capek's play about humans and what might or might not be humans. Clark Nicholson directs a visually lush, deeply introspective little show about the end of the world as we know it.
Open Stage Presents RED by John Logan

Open Stage of Harrisburg opens their 31st season with Red by John Logan, October 7-30, 2015 in their intimate 120-seat theatre, located on Court Street between Market and Walnut in downtown Harrisburg, PA. Directed by Donald L. AlsedekFeaturing Jeff Wasileski as Mark Rothko and Jeremy Burkett as KenProduction Sponsored by Martin and Lucy Miller-Murray
Open Stage Presents RED by John Logan

Open Stage of Harrisburg opens their 31st season with Red by John Logan, October 7-30, 2015 in their intimate 120-seat theatre, located on Court Street between Market and Walnut in downtown Harrisburg, PA. Directed by Donald L. AlsedekFeaturing Jeff Wasileski as Mark Rothko and Jeremy Burkett as KenProduction Sponsored by Martin and Lucy Miller-Murray
BWW Review: HSC's THE SEAGULL Soars At Gamut

Director Thomas Weaver takes the audience through a winding story of Russian angst that's in many ways as contemporary as modern reality television.
BWW Review: THE AMISH PROJECT Explores Forgiveness at Open Stage of Harrisburg

Director Donald Alsedek and a uniformly excellent cast explore forgiveness and its effects... and side effects
BWW Reviews: Brush Up Your SHAKESPEARE (ABRIDGED) at Oyster Mill Playhouse

Oyster Mill Playhouse presents the classic comedy summarizing all of Shakespeare in one evening for laughs
BWW Reviews: BILL W AND DR. BOB Visit Open Stage of Harrisburg

The story of the founding of Alcoholics Anonymous takes a dramatic turn at Open Stage

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