Results tagged with 'off the wall theatre'
Published April 29, 2016
A play about life in the theater, a life full of ups and downs and in betweens, is sometimes a shaky thing, trying to connect with an audience that may or may not have the inside knowledge that you need to get all the jokes.
Published March 4, 2016
Hamlet, perhaps the greatest play ever written, is especially difficult to do. Proof of how hard it is to stage this play is obvious in the Dale Gutzman's production at his Off the Wall Theatre.
Published Dec. 17, 2015
"A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" is one of the funniest musicals ever written but the production at Off The Wall theater forgot the funny part in a production that is disappointing.
Published Oct. 30, 2015
It might just be Halloween, but there is something fascinating about the horror plays at Off The Wall Theatre. There's murder, mayhem and lots of blood.
Published Sept. 18, 2015
The scandalous bite is gone from this "Tartuffe," but it's been replaced by taking a 400-year-old classic French comedy and turning it into present day laughs that mixes "Laugh-In" the "Marx Brothers" with a little bit of Reverend Jimmy Swaggart thrown in for good measure. Only Dale Gutzman could come up with a concoction like the production that opened Thursday at Off The Wall Theatre.
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