Audience reviews

Spring Brings Out "That Lovin’ Feelin’"

5

"That Lovin’ Feelin’," a musical based on the lives of Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield of The Righteous Brothers, is playing at St. Croix Off Broadway Dinner Theatre located in the Hudson House Grand Hotel, Hudson, WI.

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Hello, Dolly! good reason to come in from the cold

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Review of “” posted by Mindy Mateuszczyk on February 18

Hello, Dolly! good reason to come in from the cold
By Mindy Mateuszczyk

Hello, Dolly! is now performing at Lyric Arts Main Street Stage. It’s a delightful voyage into the classic musical theatre genre. Beth King, is a successful and endearing Dolly Gallagher Levi who moves the story ahead with wit, charm and solid acting.

Alyssa Wyatt, as Irene Malloy, delivers pitch perfect vocals. Her convincing rendition of “Ribbons Down My Back” is worth the price of admission alone.

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Theater as a social activity

5

Review of “ A Great and Happy People: The Words of Civil Rights ” posted by Scott P on January 23

This was the third "Drinking Game" show I attended. When I went to their inaugural production, "The Princess Bride," last year I was skeptical. (Is this theater? Would it be worth my time? Why would I want to watch a bunch of actors drink? I can go to any (cheap) bar to see that.) Although I attend a LOT of theater, I'm picky about what I see, and I'm generally not much of a fan of script readings. My skepticism vanished during that show and obviously I've returned for more.

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2 Sugars, Room for Cream Brims with Charm

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Refreshing Break from Today

5

Review of “” posted by Melanie Nelson on September 17

Back before the tenth anniversary of 9/11 and long security lines at airports, the airlines may have been a sexy place. That’s the impression we get in a night of farce during “Boeing-Boeing” by Marc Camoletti at St. Croix Off Broadway Dinner Theatre located at the Best Western Hudson House Inn.

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Cute retelling of film

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Review of “” posted by Z. Black on December 9

I saw this Saturday, and the company did a good job of getting the audience out before the tow-trucks arrived on the snow plow route.

This show does a pretty decent job of re-creating the well-known bits from the movie.

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phillip low wrote Tales from Camelot playing at Northrup King Building: Studio 402B this month.

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