Tag Archive for Stoneham Theatre

5 Questions: Kathy St. George

5 Questions is a series by Steve Duffy – Stoneham native Kathy St. George is delighted to return to her home Theatre where she has appeared in Mame, Jonah and the Whale, Dear Miss Garland, 42nd Street, Thoroughly Modern Millie and more.  SD: How would you describe Menopause the Musical? KSG: It is an experience…

Alter Boyz

Theatre review by Steve Duffy – Altar Boyz is a foot-stomping, rafter-raising, musical comedy about a fictitious Christian boy band on the last night of their national ‘Raise the Praise’ tour. The Boyz are five all-singing, all-dancing heartthrobs from Ohio: Matthew, Mark, Luke, Juan, and Abraham. With their tight harmonies, tight pants, and spectacular choreography,…

5 Questions: Vanessa Dunleavy

5 Questions is a series by Steve Duffy –       Sweet Charity will be performing at the Stoneham Theatre March 31st – April 24th. For more information and to purchase tickets, call 781-279-2200 or visit www.stonehamtheatre.org.     Vanessa Dunleavy has been touring and performing regionally for the past 10 years. She is…

Review – Get kooky with the creepy Addams Family

at the Stoneham Theatre Review by Lynn resident Steve Duffy –     Based on the Charles Addams’ beloved and bizarre family, The Addams Family: Musical, is light and sitcom-like.     When Gomez’ (Steve Gagliastro) delightfully sinister daughter Wednesday (Sarah Pothier) falls in love, she confides in her father that she and Lucas (Jordan…

Review – “Doubt, a Parable” at Stoneham Theatre

Review by Lynn resident Steve Duffy –     Stoneham theatre opened its 15th season with “Doubt, a Parable”, an engaging production of gossip and accusations.     The four-person drama is based on John Patrick Shanley’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play. The show takes place in the Bronx at St. Nicholas School in 1964. Sister Aloysius…

“Everything’s Coming Up Roses” at the Stoneham Theatre

Review by Lynn resident Steve Duffy – Rita McKenzie brings her long-running one-woman show to the Stoneham Theatre. McKenzie’s tribute to the “Queen of Broadway”, Ethel Merman, is a nostalgic and biographical journey that is told in songs from many of her Broadway roles. As interesting as her personal life was, the show is ultimately…