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If you hire strong voices as they did in MNM Theatre Company’s production, the venerable musical Grease cannot help but be entertaining with its elbow-nudging pastiche of faux late ‘50s-early ‘60s rock n’ roll. The challenge in which MNM doesn’t prevail is finding the difficult to locate tone for the script scenes because Grease is not simply a straight ahead comedy as it’s played here.
The Wick Theatre’s lush Peter Pan is thrilling whenever it breaks into song, spinning spell of gently whimsical fantasy. Otherwise, with a few notable exceptions, it settles for being a modestly entertaining evening worth bringing your kids or just yourself if you don’t have kids.