Tag Archives: Loretta Swit

Watching The Familiar Story of Your Life Retold in Middletown

Middletown is a charming, comfortable evening at Actors Playhouse, sitting around a living room with middle-class couples (Loretta Swit, Didi Conn, Adrian Zmed, Donny Most) telling you familiar stories of their lives and yours. Intentionally told with no props, scenery and the cast reading from scripts on music stands, the simplicity is intentional, perhaps to underscore the universality of the touchstones being discussed.

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Love, Loss and What I Wore is Gently Funny Celebration of, Well, What You Wore

Love, Loss and What I Wore at the Parker Playhouse is a gently funny and knowing celebration of clothing not as fashion per se, but as talismans, totems and souvenirs that instantly summon associations of moments in our lives.

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