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by Rosanna Liuski - Mar 15, 2019
Westerberg knows how to fill space and time just at the right time so that nothing leaves hanging. In big scenes (the golfing-scene) as in small details (Hamlet and their friends are hearing something and Hamlet turns around in a full circle, his friends just in a half one).
by Valerie-Jean Miller - Nov 14, 2018
Kirsten Vangsness has a most fertile imagination. Her creation, a new play called Cleo, Theo & Wu, is a wild and crazy spaceship-ride through the annals of time as a way for her character Lucy to empower her own life back on earth. The World Premiere, Directed by Lisa Dring, and written by Kirsten Vangsness is a verbal wonderland of dialogue that is smart, funny, poignant and immensely clever and fast-paced.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Sep 6, 2018
Over 16,000 people assembled on Saturday to attend the Ludacris Foundation's yearly LudaFam Day block party outside of the Mercedes Benz Stadium. Several artists hit the two stages including - Ludacris, Flaujae, Ar'mon and Trey, Bre-Z, Molly Brazy, Brie and many more, as well as a surprise appearance by the Democratic candidate in Georgia's Governor election, Stacey Abrams. Tristan "Mack" Wilds and Power star, Michael Rainey Jr., also made guest appearances pumping up the crowd on stage and even doing the Shiggy Challenge dancing to Drake's hit song, In My Feelings.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 26, 2018
The Cape Playhouse very proudly presents, Sylvia, the acclaimed comedy by two-time Pulitzer Prize-nominee A.R. Gurney. Starring Playhouse favorite Jennifer Cody, Michele Pawk, John Dossett, and Stephen Derosa, and directed by Matt Lenz, Sylvia runs June 26-July 7, 2018.
by Dan Marois - Jun 18, 2018
As the Ogunquit Playhouse celebrates its 86th year of entertaining audiences here in Maine, the second show of the season is the gem of a Broadway musical, Oklahoma, celebrating its 75th anniversary year.
by Jeanmarie Simpson - Oct 9, 2017
As a columnist and critic, I get a lot of feedback, some of it not altogether pleasant, some of it rather negative, and some downright hateful. We learn, early on, that there will be people who vehemently disagree with our opinions - there's simply no accounting for taste. We also learn - and it's hard to accept - that we will get hate mail from people who are furious that our WRONG criticism has been published for all the world to see.
by Christine Swerczek - Jul 15, 2017
With so much theater happening in Omaha, it's difficult to garner a sold out crowd on a weekend night. But for those who want a mindless jaunt to the Roman Forum, this is your trip. It's quaint. It's charming. (It's filled with Ebkes.) And it's a funny thing.
by Backstage Bunny - Jul 11, 2016
Derek Berlin, who won an ATAC Globe award for his performance in the title role of the musical Nosferatu at PASA in June last year, is opening his one-man show on Dorian Gray (adapted from Oscar Wilde's 'The Picture of Dorian Gray') at the Overtime this coming weekend.
by Backstage Bunny - Jun 6, 2016
Two world premieres - My Name Was Dorian...Dorian Gray' at the Overtime Theatre, and 'Cinderella's Makeover at PASA' - are two of the summer preview picks for San Antonio..
by Andrew Anderson - May 23, 2016
Good direction, good acting - particularly from the always dependable Liz Vermeulen - and an intriguing plot idea combine to hold the audience's attention in 'The Vapours' at the Overtime, in spite of some deep flaws in a play that implodes at the end under the weight of expectations and ideas that are left unresolved.
by Guest Blogger: Marina Maldonado - Apr 25, 2016
It's cutting down to the wire on our production of Bye Bye Birdie! We have about three weeks left until opening night on May 11th, and we have so much left to do. We've blocked and choreographed everything except 'Shriner's Ballet' and 'An English Teacher', so now it's time to polish our dances to make sure they look perfect! Choreography is such an important part of this show, so we definitely have to work extra hard with our choreographer and vocal director to make sure that when we dance, our vocals stay strong, which has been sort of a weak spot for us so far. Another huge part of this show is off-focus acting, which really comes into play the most during 'Honestly Sincere' as all the teens, adults, and even the mayor's wife can't help but be mesmerized by Conrad's charm. 
by Backstage Bunny - Jan 20, 2016
WILLIAM RAZAVI is the artistic director of the Overtime Theatre, the only theatre in San Antonio (and possibly in the whole of Texas) dedicated purely to original works, mostly by local writers. In this question-and-answer interview he discusses the future of the Overtime and its artistic direction.
by Backstage Bunny - Jan 18, 2016
One of the busiest people in San Antonio theatre right now is Nicole Erwin, who was recently appointed Executive Director of the Overtime Theatre. She is also executive director of Texas Light Opera, which is co-producing Make Me a Musical at Performing Arts San Antonio, and has launched her own production company, Aria Creative Productions, to produce independent play productions.
by Guest Blogger: Kelly McCormick - May 2, 2013
Hey BroadwayWorld.com! Hello from Pioneer Theatre Company in Salt Lake City, where we're deep in rehearsals for Les Miserables. This ever-popular musical is making a comeback - literally - and, no, I don't mean an uptick in ticket sales since the movie was released last December. PTC was the first regional theatre to produce Les Mis, in 2007, where it played for 10 sold-out weeks. So it's no surprise that we're here again, just six years later, bringing this amazing story to life.
by Tyler Peterson - Mar 12, 2013
On MIKE & MOLLY's upcoming episode, titled 'Spring Break,' Molly joins her sister on a spring break road trip to party with Victoria's friends from junior college. Meanwhile, Mike pulls strings with his boss to get special overtime assignments in hopes of making extra money, on Monday, March 25 (9:30-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on CBS. Gerald McRaney guest stars as Police Captain Patrick Murphy, Mike's boss.
by Gabrielle Sierra - May 11, 2011
In May-June 2011, the Overtime Theater presents the world premiere of The Decorator, a new, original comedy written by Texas playwright Jeffrey Strausser and directed by Matthew Byron Cassi.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Feb 15, 2011
In February-March 2011, the Overtime Theater will stage its first, full-fledged sketch comedy show: The Overtime Comedy Hour, written and performed by The Denials improv comedy troupe.
by Lauren Wolman - Sep 25, 2010
This fall the Overtime Theater will proudly present a new musical based on an award-winning hit local film. Opening October 8, 2010, Dr. S Battles the Sex-Crazed Reefer Zombies: The Movie: The Musical is the world premiere production of an original, new rock horror musical.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Aug 9, 2010
Opening August 27 at the Overtime Theater, Broken Record is the world premiere production of a new play by award-winning playwright James Venhaus.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Jun 10, 2010
Opening June 18 at the Overtime Theater, R.U.R.: Rossum's Universal Robots is a new adaptation of Czech writer Karel Capek's prophetic 1921 play that gave birth to modern sci-fi and introduced the word 'robot' to the world's lexicon.