Theatre Three’s Annual Production Of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol

I absolutely adore Theatre Three located in Port Jefferson. I truly feel they are a pillar of the Long Island theatre community. Their productions are always of great quality.

Their current production of A Christmas Carol, now playing its 34th anniversary showing, is a tradition for Long Islanders. This especially when they also have the annual Charles Dickens Weekend during the run of the show. The cast gets into their respective characters and strolls about the crowd.

One important thing that I am grateful for is the long run of the show (it is playing all through December). The cast is stellar every year and they are always looking for ways to switch things up slightly and even add new technology but still stay very true to the art.

This is the link to my write up!

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Clever Little Lies presented by The Hampton Theatre Company

This is such a fun show! Very classic feel to it; no message… just smart, witty dialog and a great cast. Kind of like a TV show from the 50’s or 60’s. You can’t do any wrong when you see a show at the Hampton Theatre Company. They know their audience well and make wonderful selections for their seasons. Always a pleasure to see them!

Here’s my write up!

I’ll be in the process of the BroadwayWorld Regional Awards this week, so I think my next show is on 11/12 when I’ll be seeing Annie at the Engeman! Can’t wait!

See you soon!

Young Frankenstein at The North Fork Community Theatre

HAPPY WEEKEND!!!!!!!

I am so thrilled I was able to catch the production of Young Frankenstein at The North Fork Community Theatre of Mattituck, Long Island. It is just a simple, fun, silly show and it is brilliant that they put it on their calendar near Halloween. It is a show where your spirits will be lifted and where you will laugh, which, in my opinion, is the best type of show. There is a lot of nastiness in the world right now and we have to remember that IT IS OK TO HAVE FUN. The theatre is absolutely adorable, too. They are currently in an ongoing renovation state, so it is great fun to watch them grown and enter a new chapter.

This is my write up on BroadwayWorld!

My next show will be next weekend (October 28th) when I see the Hampton Theatre Company’s Clever Little Lies at Quogue Community Hall. Can’t wait!

Enjoy your weekend!!

Happy Weekend!

If you want something really fun to do for the fall season, definitely check out Harbes (pronounced “har bees”). Based on the North Fork of Long Island, there are three locations; Mattituck, Jamesport, and Riverhead.

My friends and I went to the Riverhead location and it was a wonderful time They have an amazing pumpkin patch, apple picking, a full service food station, an area where kids can run around, a corn maze; It is a full day excursion! As adults, we didn’t spend but a couple of hours there, but I’d do it again in a heartbeat! (Added suggestion: If you’re not bringing kids, to complete the day, you can also hit up any of the local wineries – a must on the North Fork – which are short drives away). We decided to hit up our favorite Sparkling Pointe of Southhold!

An important thing to remember is each of the three locations are different. For example, Riverhead is only open on the weekends and the only one that has apple picking. So, you may want to hit up their web site to make sure which location is best for you. Another pro tip would be to get there as early as you can to avoid the height of traffic and get the best parking. I arrived at 10a and traffic was starting to build up quick. Props to the traffic directors guiding the cars. They are all located on Sound Avenue and that road gets LOADED UP. Check out http://www.harbesfamilyfarm.com/ for hours and other deets.

For this weekend, I’m headed out to the North Fork Community Theatre in Mattituck to see a fun production of Young Frankenstein! My write up for BroadwayWorld will be posted on Wednesday! 🙂

Have a great weekend!

The Bridges Of Madison County at Theatre Three in Port Jefferson

My latest on BroadwayWorld! This is such a thrilling piece with an outstanding cast! I absolutely adore Theatre Three in Port Jefferson. They really get to know their patrons and make you feel like family there. This has a long run, too, so make plans to see this show!

https://www.broadwayworld.com/long-island/article/BWW-Review-The-Long-Island-Premiere-of-THE-BRIDGES-OF-MADISON-COUNTY-at-Theatre-Three-20170927

Gypsy at The Engeman

My latest on BroadwayWorld!! The Engeman in Northport does not disappoint. I am so proud cover their shows! The talent that goes on that stage! Oh my goodness! You see Broadway actors mixed in with local actors and it is just such wonderful team! The staff is fantastic, too. They seem to really know their patrons, which is a testament to why they are so successful. The theatre is so gorgeous, too. I just absolutely adore these guys!

Here’s my write up of their latest… Gypsy https://www.broadwayworld.com/long-island/article/BWW-Review-Let-GYPSY-At-The-Engeman-Entertain-You-20170920

As You Like It at the Bay Street Theatre

My latest on BroadwayWorld!

This is such a fun show at the awesome Bay Street Theatre closing out their 26th season. I always get a little choked up knowing it is the last show of their season… because that means the fall season and cold weather is right around the corner LOL And to see legends in a cast is always FANTASTIC!

https://www.broadwayworld.com/long-island/article/BWW-Review-Bay-Street-Theatres-AS-YOU-LIKE-IT-with-Ellen-Burstyn-Andre-De-Shields-et-al-20170816

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