Mill Town Players to Produce ‘Bright Star’, Lynyrd Skynyrd in 6th Amazing Season

Mill Town Players to Produce ‘Bright Star’, Lynyrd Skynyrd in 6th Amazing Season
BY SANDY STAGGSDRAMA CRITIC Tis the Season Announcement Season, the Mill Town Players showcased the company’s upcoming 6th year of programming tonight at the Historic Pelzer Auditorium with drumrolls, top secret efficiency, and sneak preview performances. Executive Artistic Director Will...

REVIEW: ‘A Bronx Tale’ is Familiar and Sentimental, but Thoroughly Entertaining

REVIEW: ‘A Bronx Tale’ is Familiar and Sentimental, but Thoroughly Entertaining
BY SANDY STAGGSDRAMA CRITIC “A Bronx Tale” may be set in the rough-and-rumble Bronx of the 1960s, but this autobiographical story by Chazz Palminteri adapted from his one-man show, though polished and thoroughly entertaining, and bustling with sentimentality. This version...

BEHIND THE CURTAIN with Katie Halstensgard of “Crimes of the Heart” at Mill Town Players

BEHIND THE CURTAIN with Katie Halstensgard of “Crimes of the Heart” at Mill Town Players
BY SANDY STAGGSDRAMA CRITIC Beth Henley’s “Crimes of the Heart” “really is a comedy.” Katie Halstensgard and her castmates had to continually remind themselves with this mantra during rehearsals of the Mill Town Players’ latest production, despite the play’s serious...

REVIEW: Warehouse Theatre and Actors Shine Without Glare in ‘The Glass Menagerie’

REVIEW: Warehouse Theatre and Actors Shine Without Glare in ‘The Glass Menagerie’
BY STEVE WONGDRAMA CRITIC Presenting Tennessee Williams’ “The Glass Menagerie” is tricky. Inarguably, it is a great American play, by a great Southern playwright. Even the most novice theatre-lover has seen it, probably several times. We seemingly never get tired...
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