Tag Archives | Carol Strachan


Review: ‘Calendar Girls’ at The British Players

This show is outstanding! At its heart, Calendar Girls is about the ability of women “of a certain age” to continue to flex and grow for all of the right reasons. The sensitivity of Co-Directors Chrish Kresge and Eddie Schwartz keeps the production from being a one-scene laugh fest (because that scene is very, very […]

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‘Perfect Wedding’ at McLean Community Players

McLean Community Players continues its tradition of producing shows that most people have not heard of with aplomb. The area premiere of British playwright Robin Hawdon’s Perfect Wedding–an often-performed farce (in hundreds of other countries), plays its final performance tonight and it’s a pleasant and often-time funny production directed with much energy on the stage at at McLean’s […]

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McLean Community Players’ ‘Perfect Wedding’ Ends Tomorrow Night

Perfect Wedding— McLean Community Players Presents: this British Farce/Romantic Comedy  in McLean’s Alden Theatre Tomorrow night is the final performance of McLean Community Players (MCP) area premiere of British playwright Robin Hawdon’s Perfect Wedding at McLean’s Alden Theatre. Veteran director Carol Strachan leads a talented cast and crew for this show, which has received hundreds of productions […]

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‘The Children’s Hour’ at Port City Playhouse by Emily Cao

Port City Playhouse presents The Children’s Hour, the first production of their 2013-2014 Season: A Salute to the American Voice, an homage to distinguished American playwrights that bring unique perspectives on American culture. The Children’s Hour, written by the Lillian Hellman in 1934, embodies the theme of how lies and gossip – innocently planned as […]

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