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“Dance” to Rafters for opening night

April 19, 2017

Josh Rittberg Staff Writer “Dancing at Lughnasa”, which begins its two week run at Rafters Theatre on April 21, is an Irish memory play that tells the story of a man named Michael who is . . .

Extra! Extra! “Newsies” moves to theaters

March 4, 2017

Josh Rittberg Staff Writer The filmed production of Disney’s hit musical “Newsies”, which concluded its recording breaking run in movie theaters on February 22nd, left audiences with a smile on their face and a song . . .

“Dog Sees God” opens at the ‘Ville

February 23, 2017

Josh Rittberg Staff Writer “Dog See’s God,” which begins its run at The Rafter’s Theater this week, follows the journey of teenagers in high school, and the up’s and down’s of growing up. The play, . . .

Fulton Theater performs “Annie Get Your Gun”

February 16, 2017

Josh Rittberg Staff Writer The Fulton Theater’s joyous production of Annie Get Your Gun begins when audience members enter the Fulton Theater, which is gorgeously decorated to resemble an old-fashioned circus. Scattered throughout the theater, . . .

“The Great Comet” soars high

February 9, 2017

Josh Rittberg Staff Writer At Broadway’s newest hit The Great Comet, the experience begins as soon as audience members enter the lobby of the newly reconfigured Imperial Theater. The lobby, which looks like a Russian . . .

Adam Pascal profoundly performs at PRiMA Theatre

December 9, 2016

Josh Rittberg Staff Writer On the night of Monday December 5, audience members who walked into Ephrata’s Main Theatre’s concert hall were in for a real treat. Adam Pascal who has graced the Broadway stage . . .

Ton-Taun musical takes over Tellus360

December 5, 2016

Josh Rittberg Staff Writer While the Fulton Theatre is putting on their most expensive show to date with “Beauty and The Beast”, down the street, another type of magic is being done at Tellus360 with . . .

Millersville professor to debut self-written musical

November 23, 2016

Josh Rittberg Staff Writer Matthew Johnson, a professor at Millersville University, is currently in the process of putting together an original musical titled “Sorry Brian, You’re Derek Now.” The musical is inspired by a three . . .

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