Bas Bleu Offers AThoughtful Tale Of 1940s Americana
Reviewed by Tom Jones December 8, 2019
In late December of 1940 a young man, Raleigh, and a young woman, May, meet on an overcrowded train heading east from Los Angeles. Although both are from rural Kentucky, they have never met before and are enroute to a lifetime of change. Raleigh is still wearing his uniform, after leaving the service just a few hours before boarding the train. He received a military discharge after having been diagnosed as an epileptic.
Larry Cahn – Much More To This Scrooge Than The “Bah Humbug” Meany Of Productions Past.
Reviewed by Tom Jones November 23, 2019
Arvada Center’s early-holiday gift to the community is a rare treasure.
Everyone knows the story. Everyone knows how it is going to end. But getting there this time around is ingenious entertainment. Director Gavin Mayer and Choreographer Kitty Skillman Hilsabeck and the entire artistic team have put together a “Carol” version of rare excitement. There is so much going on all the time that it was a delightful challenge to know where to look.
Popular Theatre Venue Celebrates Music of James Taylor
Review by Tom Jones June 20, 2019
talented singers combine with an equally professional band to provide a fond
farewell to audiences of Midtown Art Center this month. Their renditions celebrating the music of the
legendary James Taylor, Carole King, and Carly Simon were warmly received by
audience members making their final visits to the theatre.