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Bogosian’s “Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll” at CRT: The Frightening Drift of American Life, Updated

| May 5, 2016

Those who see the show at Palm Coast’s City Repertory Theatre will find themselves in very recognizably angry American territory even though the play was written in 1990.

When Even Hoboken Is Funny: Catholicism Optional in Flagler Playhouse’s “Nunsense”

| January 25, 2012

What to do with four dead nuns in a freezer and no money for their burial? Why, throw a talent show and let the nun puns rip: the Flagler Playhouse’s production of “Nunsense,” running through Feb. 5, is worth an evening’s conversion. A review.

Ghosts of Flagler Playhouse Pasts Enliven Production of “A Christmas Carol”

| December 10, 2011

The Flagler Playhouse production of “A Christmas Carol” is rendered as Charles Dickens intended it: a sort of Christmas-time thanksgiving, a booster shot of themes playing roles as important as his characters—the conquest of greed, the capacity for redemption, the dividends of generosity.

Laughs in a Trance at Flagler Playhouse’s “25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee”

| October 1, 2011

Funny, endearing and biting to the core: A misfit-filled middle school spelling bee is the unlikely setting of the Flagler Playhouse’s 33rd season opener with the “25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.”

Between “Laramie” and “Spelling Bee,” All Flagler’s a Stage

| September 23, 2011

John Sbordone’s production of “The Laramie Project” and the Flagler Playhouse’s “Spelling Bee” musical are enough to briefly spoil serious and less than theater lovers this weekend. Take advantage.

“The Laramie Project” at Palm Coast’s New Repertory Theatre: This Is Who We Are

| September 22, 2011

Palm Coast’s City Repertory Theatre launches its inaugural season with “The Laramie Project,” a drama based on the torture and murder of Matthew Shepard in Laramie, Wyoming, in 1998, for being gay, and what the murder did to Laramie–and the nation.

“P.S. Your Cat Is Dead”: Raunchy, Earnest, Serious Fun at the Flagler Playhouse

| June 5, 2011

In “P.S. Your cat Is Dead,” the early 1970s play by James Kirkwood, the hilarity of losers competes with sexual ambushes through blazing dialogue to produce an endearing, if adult, comedy. A review.

FPC’s Mockingbird Director Quits Abruptly, Walking Out on 6 Classes and 2 More Shows

| March 7, 2011

Ed Koczergo, a drama teacher at FPC for the past three years, said he wasn’t going to let the administration “suck a couple more months out of me and then not hire me back.” He leaves 150 students in six classes and two scheduled plays in a lurch.

Why To Kill a Mockingbird Is a Triumph for Flagler, And Especially for FPC’s Drama Club

| February 26, 2011

They endured, they persevered, and now they’re finally in their element, on stage. You won;t be disappointed by the FPC student production of To Kill a Mockingbird at the Flagler Auditorium.

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