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Energetic Topspin Helps Moon Over Buffalo Farce Rise Over Stage Door

It’s not the slamming doors, Marx Brothers chases or repartee that make Broward Stage Door’s farce Moon Over Buffalo an enjoyable afternoon laughing at the foibles of vainglorious creatures who, of course, bear no relation to our own imperfections. It’s the cast’s unflagging energy the topspin on a put-down, comic timing and scores of bits of business..

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Hey, Pssst, Did You Hear About Neil Simon’s Rumors?

Broward Stage Door’s production proves Rumors may be one of the funniest Neil Simon plays you’ve never heard of. But it also underscores what your mother warned you: an unrelieved diet of the most delicious candy will eventually lose its punch.

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Deathtrap Remains Witty, Suspenseful At Stage Door, But Not As Vibrant As It Could Be

Miami Stage Door’s first season closer, Deathtrap, is a serviceable if not outstanding edition that understands Ira Levin’s black comedy, appreciates his Swiss watchmaker’s plotting and benefits from a solid performance by Kevin Reilley as a thriller playwright contemplating murder as the means of a comeback.

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