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Carrie Lund and Mark Chambers

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Mark Chambers and Brian Hatch

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Peter Thomasson, Brian Hatch, and Mark Chambers Photo

Peter Thomasson, Brian Hatch, and Mark Chambers

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Brian Hatch, Mark Chambers, and Carrie Lund Photo

Brian Hatch, Mark Chambers, and Carrie Lund

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Mark Chambers, Sara Morsey, Dick Boyd, and Peter Thomasson

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Mark Chambers News

Greenbrier Valley Theatre presents MOON OVER BUFFALO
by BWW News Desk - Jul 22, 2017

Greenbrier Valley Theatre, the State Professional Theatre of West Virginia, presents a Ken Ludwig masterpiece, Moon Over Buffalo. This outrageous comedy will run June 30 & July 1, July 6-8, July 12-14 and July 19-22 at 7:30 p.m., with a matinee performance July 22 at 2:30 p.m.

Greenbrier Valley Theatre presents MOON OVER BUFFALO
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 6, 2017

Greenbrier Valley Theatre, the State Professional Theatre of West Virginia, presents a Ken Ludwig masterpiece, Moon Over Buffalo. This outrageous comedy will run June 30 & July 1, July 6-8, July 12-14 and July 19-22 at 7:30 p.m., with a matinee performance July 22 at 2:30 p.m.

BWW Review: Mark Chambers Impresses as Truman Capote in TRU at The Studio 620
by Peter Nason - Jul 22, 2016

Chambers channels Capote and gives an incredibly strong performance.

Candy Chambers Coming to Adelaide Fringe
by Tyler Peterson - Dec 3, 2015

Candy Chambers has made a name for herself in Adelaide, a city that is on the one hand notorious for its cliques and conservative attitudes, in a juxtaposition against world-stage art events such as the Fringe Festival, Adelaide Cabaret Festival and the Adelaide Cabaret Fringe Festival. It is here that the ex-porn star turned divalicious icon has laid down her roots and decided to call home.

Penobscot to Present IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE: A LIVE RADIO PLAY
by Tyler Peterson - Nov 18, 2015

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the Bangor Opera House-Christmas, circa 1946-as Penobscot Theatre Company prepares to immerse audiences in the world of George Bailey, the everyman hero of Frank Capra's cinematic classic. 'With lively music, Foley sounds, and a bevy of colorful characters, this production tells the story we all know and love within the story of a 1940s celebrity-studded radio program, within the world of post-war America,' explains Producing Artistic Director Bari Newport.

Penobscot Theatre Company to Hold Maine Premiere of DOCTOR CERBERUS
by Reilly Hickey - Oct 9, 2015

Penobscot Theatre Company is readying the first of three Maine premieres planned for 2015-2016: Doctor Cerberus, by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, the story of an aspiring writer navigating the horrors of high school and the indignity of family life. The first preview is October 22, and the show will run through November 8 with all performances at the Bangor Opera House.

Marquee Brings Community Production of Les Miserables to The Newmarket Theatre
by Alan Henry - Apr 11, 2015

Marquee Theatrical Productions has staged Les Miserables as it's spring show at The Newmarket Theatre. The production, which opened Thursday, is wonderfully staged by director Alexander Galant - who's managed to bring a fresh perspective on the material and put together a production which retains all of which you love, while bringing in enough originality to keep it from being a carbon copy of the original.

2014 Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest Announces Winners
by Caryn Robbins - Feb 12, 2015

Celebrating talented new voices in screenwriting, the Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest officially announced its top award winners. A complete list of the 2014 winners and official finalists can be viewed on the contest's website https://beverlyhillsscreenplaycontest.com

BWW Reviews: Playhouse Does the 'Time Warp' Again
by Joseph Baker - Feb 1, 2015

It's an interesting and unintentional coincidence: PETER PAN, which wrapped up Playhouse on the Square's Holiday Season, offered the younger set its first taste of transvestism, with musically gifted actresses alternating in the role of 'Peter' (talk about the incipience of gender confusion); now, as the New Year has begun, the older set has its exposure with Jim Sharman and Richard O'Brien's THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW. This isn't the first time Playhouse has allowed a cast and crew to indulge themselves in fishnet hose and makeup; I can recall previous performances of this guilty pleasure with the remarkable Mark Chambers (anyone who ever saw him 'strut his stuff' is not likely to forget his performance - 'boomers' who 'time warped' in the aisles still talk about it). I imagine that everyone involved in this production dived headfirst into their costume fittings with all the giddy zeal of children glamming it up at Halloween.

Penobscot Theatre Company Presents THE MYSTERY OF IRMA VEP, Now thru 11/2
by BWW News Desk - Oct 16, 2014

In the spirit of Halloween and the tradition of great theatre, Penobscot Theatre Company is staging a ghost story of fantastic proportions, complete with vampires, werewolves, and mummies. Charles Ludlam's The Mystery of Irma Vep: A Penny Dreadful takes audiences from the haunted estate of Lord Edgar, where his new bride competes with the portrait of his first wife, to the tombs of Egypt and back again. Tensions and passions run high as beasts wander the moors and servants roam the manor halls. Is the portrait enchanted? Who-or what-killed Lord Edgar's son? Will the servants succumb to the romantic candlelight, or is the candlelight just creepy?