I loved it, it was perfect, now laugh!

Reviewed by David L. Schriber

“I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change,” the longest running musical revue in off-Broadway history, is Joe DiPietro’s hilarious commentary on love between the sexes, tracing relationships through the years of one’s life. The Cider Mill Playhouse’s staging is first rate. Cast members Michael Andrako, Rebecca Orly Cohen, Shannon Roma DeAngelo and Jared Eberlein give stellar performances, with expressive faces, well-balanced voices and great chemistry. On the night we attended, there was hardly a bump in the fast-paced lyrics. Lighting and stage changes went flawlessly. Jan DeAngelo directed and provides musical incidental and accompaniment music. Read the rest of this entry »

Did you have an art-full week?

Did you and Dad hit the jazz concert at the Firehouse Stage? Or did you say “Hello” to Dolly? Please tell us how you participated in the arts this past week. Or perhaps you can share what art-full events you have planned for the coming weekend.

DeAngelos were ‘singin’ and dancin’ in love’

Reviewed by David L. Schriber

Jan and Shannon DeAngelo delighted a cabaret audience Saturday (May 15) at Johnson City’s Firehouse Stage with a song and dance program of familiar songs about love, particularly married love. Both performers are well-known individually for their roles in musicals, and it’s hard to believe that this was their first cabaret performance together. Read the rest of this entry »

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