Cast Interview: Bill Johns

Our Middletown Cast Interview Series Continues with Bill Johns, whose performance in Middletown was selected as one of the best of the year by theater critic Alec Clayton Where are you from? I’m an army brat. Mom and Dad were both in the service at the end of WWII—he was…

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Cast Interview: Lorrie Fargo

Our Middletown Cast Interview Series with an Actress in Her Second Show at Harlequin   Where are you from? If not from the PNW, what brought you here? I grew up in California…but not the glamorous part. Santa Maria was a pretty boring little town but it was close to…

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Cast Interview: Josh Krupke

Our Middletown Cast Interview Series Continues with Another Familiar Face You may have just seen Josh Krupke prance across the stage as the rockin’ Malvolio in A Rock’n’Roll Twelfth Night. Or perhaps you remember him as Pilate in last year’s Jesus Christ Superstar. Middletown will present a whole new side…

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Cast Interview: Scott C. Brown

Our Middletown Cast Interview Series Continues With a Harlequin Regular Scott C. Brown already answered these interview questions as a member of the Cat on a Hot Tin Roof cast last March. You can find that interview here. For now, I asked Mr. Brown a separate series of questions, which…

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Support Harlequin with AmazonSmile!

Support Harlequin with AmazonSmile! Harlequin Productions has joined the AmazonSmile program. If you shop at Amazon.com (and who doesn’t), your purchases can directly benefit Harlequin. The AmazonSmile Foundation will donate .5% of the price of your purchases to the designated non-profit of your choice. If you choose Harlequin, that’s additional cash in…

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Cast Interview: Elex Hill

CAST INTERVIEW: ELEX HILL Our Middletown Cast Interview Series Kicks off with Olympia Native Elex Hill Where are you from? I was born and raised in the Lacey/Olympia area. What makes Middletown such a powerful piece of theater? All of it is so true and honest and really points out some…

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An Interview with Bruce Whitney

An Interview with Bruce Whitney   Musicals are incredibly complex things. Two or three hours of continuous music, song, dance, and dialogue combine with costumes, props, and set pieces to create a large and intricate work of art. The concept of sitting down and attempting to create a new musical…

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SUBSCRIBE! The best way you can support Real. Live. Theater. is by being here all year long! Subscribe during the run of ‘Fighting Over Beverley’ and get one Bonus Pass per subscription seat. -Save Time and Money -Sit in the Best Seats -Advance Ticket Privileges -Free Ticket Exchanges & Replacements…

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