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Hank Williams’ Bio Musical Lonesome Highway Is Engaging

From its upbeat tunes to soulful longings, Hank Williams: Lost Highway takes Riverside Theatre audiences on a revealing musical story about one of America’s most important country singers.

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Riverside Theatre Building Its Own Housing For Visiting Artists

The Riverside Theatre in Vero Beach has come up with a solution—build its own housing for professionals which has become a major expense for many theaters.

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Something Larger Than Life Is Missing In Riverside’s Mame

Although Jerry Herman’s music and lyrics come alive again in Riverside Theatre’s production of Mame, there’s something missing. The larger-than-life part of this production is not eccentric Mame Dennis…it’s the scenery.

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Riverside’s Private Lives Is Study In Perfection Of Wit And Polish

Take Noel Coward’s sophisticated wit, add exquisite direction and elegant acting, then tie it up with visuals you could plotz for, and it’s no wonder that Riverside Theatre’s production of Private Lives is, simply, a study in perfection.

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Quirky ‘Empty Plate’ Delivers Satisfying Meal At Riverside

The plates may be empty, but you leave having feasted on Riverside Theatre’s satisfying production of An Empty Plate in the Cafe du Grand Boeuf.

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Chicago Razzle-Dazzle’s ‘Em At Riverside Theatre In Vero Beach

Riverside Theatre dishes it all out, from explosive talent to dazzling visuals in an immensely satisfying, professional production of Chicago.

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Riverside’s Johnny Cash Revue Ring Of Fire Walks The Line

In Riverside Theatre’s polished production of the musical revue Ring of Fire, four pitch perfect voices and a host of skilled musicians bring to life the legacy of America’s greatest home-grown troubadour, Johnny Cash. And what a gathering of talent.

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Riverside’s Sister Act Has Slim Story But Visual Pizzazz

When a theatrical production’s scenery, lighting and costumes get as much attention as the characters, chances are the story is a bit slim. You see that clearly with Riverside Theatre’s eye-popping Sister Act, a co-production with the venerable Walnut Street Theatre of Philadelphia.

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Riverside Theatre Analyzes Faith In Freud’s Last Session

Riverside Theatre chose an intriguing time to mount its handsome and exquisitely well-performed production of Mark St. Germain’s play, Freud’s Last Session. Indeed, opening it between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday, a time that challenges the Christian faithful to relinquish rational thought for spiritual belief, mirrors the drama’s lingering questions about faith.

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Riverside’s Superb Hello, Dolly! Is As Resplendent As It Gets

You don’t get any better, any more professional, any more resplendent than Riverside Theatre’s production of Hello, Dolly! This production is a dazzling bouquet of theater delights.

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