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10.18.2010 | | Posted at 08:34 PM

Sold-Out Local Show And Craigslist . . .

By Russ Bickerstaff
Bathed in the shadows of relative obscurity, local shows can be successful in a variety of different ways. There are quite a few different signs of success in local theatre. Nothing quite says it like a sold-out show. An entire run of a show being sold-out? Okay, fine, extend it, but what happens when a sold-out show also sells-out of an extended run?  Aaron Kopec’s Murder Castle has complete...
10.08.2010 | | Posted at 08:27 PM

Alchemist Theatre’s Intelligent, Provocative October Horror Show

By Russ Bickerstaff
The only new theatre show of the weekend welcomes a full-weekend of sell-out audiences. Alchemist Theatre’s Murder Castle: The Chronicle of H. H. Holmes opened a five-week run last night. All performances begin at 7:30 pm. The Alchemist website suggests that the show’s attendees show-up around 7 or 7:10 pm. An excellent idea—the play itself is Shakespearian in length, but the atmosphere in...
10.04.2010 | | Posted at 01:53 PM

Two Shows Open This Weekend: A Heart-Touching Drama In The Suburbs and A Horror Show On South K.K.

By Russ Bickerstaff
The month settles-down a bit this week with only a couple of shows opening this week. Honestly, they could not possibly be much different. Here’s a look: Opening OCTOBER 7th     MURDER CASTLE: THE CHRONICLES OF H.H. HOLMES The Alchemist Theatre continues its tradition of October Horror Shows based on late 19th century villains this week as it opens a brand new play about Herman Mudget A.K.A....

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