Tag: Paul S. Holmquist

"The Dead Prince" (Strange Tree Group): Innovative Lyrical Lark

"The Dead Prince" (Strange Tree Group):  Innovative Lyrical Lark
Strange Tree Group presents THE DEAD PRINCE. Is it a fairytale, a folktale or a muzical? Yes. Playwright Emily Schwartz has concocted a play-full original.   Schwartz’s story is about a princess and her quest for true love.  The happily-ever after is challenging because her prince charming is dead.  Imagine “Princess Bride” meets “Twilight” on the way to... Read more »

"Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed" (Lifeline Theatre): Perfect Fit!

#63.  Lifeline Theatre Kidseries presents a world premiere musical adaptation of Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed.  Wilbur is a naked mole rat.  *Naked* is in his blood and on his species‘ name.  His community embraces nudity.  It’s a *clothes off* world.  When Wilbur acquires a fondness for dressing up, his school shuns him.  Not only... Read more »

"Count of Monte Cristo" (Lifeline Theatre): This Masterpiece can't be put down!

         On a rainy Sunday afternoon, I cuddled up with a blanket and became completely engrossed in a classic tale of vengeance.  Lifeline Theatre presents a world premiere adaptation of The Count of Monte Cristo. On the day of his wedding, Edmond is dragged from the church and falsely imprisoned.  During his incarceration,... Read more »

Review "The Moonstone": Bedazzling Mystery!

    Lifeline Theatre presents    The Moonstone    Adapted by Robert Kauzlaric Based on book by Wilkie Collins Directed by Paul S. Holmquist at Lifeline Theatre, 6912 N. Glenwood (map) through March 27  |  tickets: $32-$35  |  more info Reviewed by Katy Walsh Disease, suicide, addiction, murder: can a stolen piece of jewelry inflict pain... Read more »

Review "Neverwhere": Desired Destination!

Lifeline Theatre presents NEVERWHEREat 6912 N. Glenwood Based on Neil Gaiman’s novel “Neverwhere”Adapted by Robert Kauzlaric Directed by Paul S. Holmquist Thru July 18thBuy TicketsRunning Time:  Two hours and thirty minutes includes a ten minute intermission Reviewed by Katy Walsh The term ‘mind the gap’ takes on new meaning as an unsuspecting nobody slips through... Read more »