Surreal, satiric ‘Enron’ opens at Moxie

Posted: November 28th, 2014 | Arts & Entertainment, Featured, Theater | 1 Comment

By Charlene Baldridge | Theater Review “Do they always do things so well?” asked my flabbergasted companion during the intermission of Moxie Theatre’s meticulous, fabulously acted production of Lucy Prebble’s 2010 Broadway play, “Enron.” The answer is yes, of course they do, but the plays are not always so fascinating as this one.

Lamplighters return to renovated theater

Posted: November 28th, 2014 | Arts & Entertainment, Theater, Top Stories | No Comments

B.J. Coleman

A theater company in the performing arts since 1937, even a volunteer troupe, will not go dark, silent or homeless for very long.

The Lamplighters Community Theatre group proved that with a grand re-opening at the company’s newly remodeled theater space in the shopping center at Severin and Amaya drives. The company performed its last permanently housed show in August 2006 at the Ben Polack Art Center, before it was demolished.