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Grief in various forms is explored in Carey Grim’s heartwarming play, “Morning After Grace.” But so is humor. Indeed, it’s the humor that gets us through grief. Along with the human touch, of course.. On stage now at Riverside Theatre in Vero Beach, “Morning After Grace” is both a funny and touching production.
By Pam Harbaugh Add an enthusiastic audience shooting to its feet and whooping out its approval and a musical transcends into something more immediate. That’s the case of Riverside Theatre’s not-to-be-missed production of Jersey Boys, now running through Jan. 28 …
After a season filled with provocative drama and lavish musicals, Riverside Theatre lets its hair down with Honky Tonk Angels, a juke box musical filled with country music and down-home humor.
Riverside Theatre’s intoxicating production of 42nd Street is as good as it gets — anywhere. This high-spirited show is awash in entertainment from beginning to end and you’ll remain a happy captive to the exhilarating song and dance numbers for days to come.
Skilled direction and excellent performances plumb the deep currents in Oleanna, currently on stage at Riverside Theatre in Vero Beach. In fact, Riverside’s production is as sharp and pointed and keenly drawn out as is the very play itself.
Those needing a good hearty laugh will find the right medicine in Riverside Theatre’s achingly hilarious production of A Comedy of Tenors. The show is awash with impeccable split-second timing, zany, over the top half-clad characters, mistaken identity and jokes galore.
From F-bombs to high-brow discourse, Riverside Theatre’s absorbing Bakersfield Mist provokes and expands boundaries of what we know about the power of art and broader meanings of authenticity and delusion.
With its soul-stirring theme ,” the musical Man of La Mancha is the ideal choice for Riverside Theatre to reflect on how it has triumphed over adversity.This abundantly satisfying production boasts exquisite voices and bold visuals to tell the basic story of summoning the courage to follow one’s star.
Riverside Theatre in Vero Beach opened its 50th season with Butterflies Are Free, a charming romantic comedy harkening back to the years of the theater’s beginning. While it may not be the big-name musical with which Riverside usually launches a season, it’s a frothy of-its-time favorite with appealing characters and plenty of laughs.
After its January re-opening production of Carousel was cut short by Covid, the Riverside Theatre in Vero Beach re-re-opened its season on May 10 with a splendid production of Almost Heaven: John Denver’s America. This show’s Opening Night audience was clearly stoked to be back in the theatre after so long and embraced the performance with heartfelt affection.