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BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON

  BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON

Warehouse Theatre Columbus will present BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON at the Franklinton Playhouse June 21-30, 2018. The show runs 90 minutes with no intermission and is intended for mature audiences. Visit www.warehousetheatre.org for tickets. PERFORMANCE DATES THU 6/21 at 8pm FRI 6/22 at 8pm SAT 6/23 at 7pm & 10pm WED 6/27 at 8pm THU […]

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BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON

  BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON

Warehouse Theatre Columbus will present BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON at the Franklinton Playhouse June 21-30, 2018. The show runs 90 minutes with no intermission and is intended for mature audiences. Visit www.warehousetheatre.org for tickets. PERFORMANCE DATES THU 6/21 at 8pm FRI 6/22 at 8pm SAT 6/23 at 7pm & 10pm WED 6/27 at 8pm THU […]

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BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON

  BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON

Warehouse Theatre Columbus will present BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON at the Franklinton Playhouse June 21-30, 2018. The show runs 90 minutes with no intermission and is intended for mature audiences. Visit www.warehousetheatre.org for tickets. PERFORMANCE DATES THU 6/21 at 8pm FRI 6/22 at 8pm SAT 6/23 at 7pm & 10pm WED 6/27 at 8pm THU […]

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BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON

  BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON

Warehouse Theatre Columbus will present BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON at the Franklinton Playhouse June 21-30, 2018. The show runs 90 minutes with no intermission and is intended for mature audiences. Visit www.warehousetheatre.org for tickets. PERFORMANCE DATES THU 6/21 at 8pm FRI 6/22 at 8pm SAT 6/23 at 7pm & 10pm WED 6/27 at 8pm THU […]

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Red Herring Looks at the Evolution of Love and Pain in Chapatti

Richard Sanford Richard Sanford Red Herring Looks at the Evolution of Love and Pain in Chapatti

Red Herring opened the regional premiere of Christian O’Reilly’s Chapatti, directed by Michael Garrett Herring, this weekend. It’s a lovely, warm look at how narratives shape our self-image and image in the world. It’s a stirring reminder of the reasons we all find inside ourselves to live. Chapatti focuses on two scratched-and-dented souls in Dublin, […]

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Warehouse Theatre’s Blistering Agnes of God

Richard Sanford Richard Sanford Warehouse Theatre’s Blistering Agnes of God

John Pielmeier’s early ’80s Broadway hit Agnes of God returns to the Columbus stage this weekend in a raw, superlative production directed by Kristofer Green. Agnes of God, in two acts over a taut 100 minutes, follows the psychiatrist Dr. Martha Livingstone’s (Susan Gellman) attempts to determine if the young nun Sister Agnes (Eli Brickey) […]

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Bad Taste as Tonic in Red Herring’s Mr. Marmalade

Richard Sanford Richard Sanford Bad Taste as Tonic in Red Herring’s Mr. Marmalade

Sometimes bad taste is a vital corrective to sensibilities gone stale. Red Herring’s new production of Noah Haidle’s comedy Mr. Marmalade, directed by Michael Garrett Herring brings a carnival of that refreshing tastelessness. Mr. Marmalade looks at life through the eyes of four-year-old Lucy (Katie Tolerton). Lucy passes back and forth under the less-than-watchful eyes of a […]

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