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Tag Archives | Michele Guyton

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Review: ‘The Women’ at Spotlighters Theatre

Fangs for the Memories The Women by Clare Booth Luce, which opened on Broadway Christmas week in 1936 after its premiere in Philadelphia three weeks earlier, and included an actress named Doris Day in a minor role, was an anomaly for its time – it boasted a large, all-female cast of 44 characters including a […]

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Review: ‘Moon Over Buffalo’ at Vagabond Players

As a former actress, I can attest that the goings-on backstage are often just as dramatic as what is happening onstage. Celebrating their 100th anniversary season, the Vagabond Players expertly demonstrate the ups and downs of being an actor in Ken Ludwig’s hilarious play, Moon Over Buffalo. First appearing on Broadway in 1995 and set in […]

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Sally Cato (Norma Gomez) Beauregard Jackson Pickett Burnside (Greg Guyton) and Mame Dennis (Michele Guyton). Photo by Ken Stanek.

‘Mame’ at Spotlighters Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Life is a banquet and most poor suckers are starving to death so live, Live, LIVE! The philosophy practiced proud and true by the bold and talented cast of Mame at Spotlighters Theatre this holiday season, ensuring that you get your fill of wondrous music, seasonal entertainment, and an all-round good feeling. The theatre’s intimate […]

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