By George J. Dacre A Lot Of Fun At Westchester Broadway Theatre Singer, director, actor, John Fogarty and a very talented cast put on “The Great Pretender” Monday evening at the Westchester Broadway Theatre and your reviewer loved it. With great fifties music taking them from scene to scene Fogarty and John West, who played private eye Jack […]
Puddin’ Don’t is a creation of Jake Barlow, inspired by all manner of silliness, like Berkeley Breathed’s Bill the Cat, Chuck Norris Facts, The movie Machete, and the great Marty Feldman. Puddin’ Don’t can be found daily online at www.puddindont.com.
BY GEORGE J. DACRE The Penguin Repertory Theater is beginning its 35th season on May 18 with the classic “The Hound Of The Baskerville”. Artistic Director Joe Brancato and Executive Director Andrew Horn run “The gutsiest little theatre off Broadway with a lawn”. “The Hound Of The Baskervilles” by John Nicholson and Steve Caney is […]
The action never stops in this fast moving vehicle that tells the story of a young blonde woman, who, when cast off by her Harvard-bound boyfriend, follows his trail, gets admitted to the prestigious university, graduates as a lawyer, wins a case Perry Mason style, and casts off the repentant guy for another. Twenty-four-year-old Kelly […]
BY HARRY WAITZMAN A wiff of Spring’s pollen tickles my nose, Many storms ago, Crosby’s pool filled with leaves, this year his grapevines are thicker than wrists, his thumbs and pinkies measured sturdy reds. The world of the 30s changed barns into homes; In the 90s homes became castles along the Road. Copperheads bite […]
BY GEORGE J. DACRE In a very moving performance at United Methodist Church in Stony Point, the Hudson Lyric Opera Company rendered Theodore Dubois Oratorio, for which he is most noted, “The Seven Last Words Of Christ.” The choir and soloists were accompanied by a four piece orchestra led by pianist/director Rosalinda Perez. Choir member […]