Monthly Archives: September 2016

The Drowsy Chaperone – Theatre Review: Hale Centre Theatre, Gilbert

The tag beneath the title states ‘A Musical Within A Comedy.’ It’s a clever and appropriate subtitle, but The Drowsy Chaperone, now playing at Gilbert’s Hale Centre Theatre in-the-round until October 8, is also so much more. It’s a musical that really loves musicals. Told from the point-of-view of a present-day lonely shut-in known simply […]

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Morgan – Film Review

For almost the first two thirds of the new science fiction tech-noir thriller, Morgan, there’s a distinct sense that we’re watching a slow-burn, art-house version of Blade Runner but without the neon-lit skylines and presumably the budget. It shouldn’t come as a surprise. Morgan is the directorial debut of Luke Scott, son of Ridley who also […]

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