June 17, 2019

Cinnabar’s “Barber” hilarious!

“Figaro!  Figaro!  Figaro!” Maybe all of what most of us have known about opera since childhood. This comes early in Cinnabar Theater’s “The Barber of Seville.”  Now we must wait for two and a half hours for, as Yogi Berra may have so aptly coined the end of most productions, a baseball season or an opera, “It ain’t over till the fat lady sings!” 

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“The Tailor of Gloucester” A new Christmas miracle

 The performers delighted audience members of all ages.

Delightful slapstick in “Moon Over Buffalo”

Take a night off from the shutdown and other national, world and local problems, and prepare to laugh, hoot, smile and savor pure slapstick and farce.