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Pleasure Principle: Pick of the Week

by | Dec 5, 2011 | Review | 0 comments

A wise young actor named Sasa Brown once told me that, if you’re not having fun onstage, you have no business being there.
Well, in Aaron Bushkowsky’s witty new play, After Jerusalem, actors Andrew McNee and Deborah Williams establish their right to be on any stage anywhere anytime. They’re having so much fun in this show that their pleasure is infectious, which is what makes After Jerusalem my pick of the week.
Check out my full review here:
I’ve got to say that I’m also looking forward to Carousel Theatre’s production of The Wizard of Oz. To read my pal Kathleen Oliver’s review, follow this handy link:


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