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Please, Sir, We Want Some More: Maltz Jupiter’s Magical Oliver!

It’s expected the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s Oliver! would be a tuneful, well-executed evening. But those mild adjectives would not begin to do this justice to a benchmark for this company. This easily scores as a vibrant celebration brimming with life, lovingly delivered with talent and skill wrapped in joy.

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Maltz’s Good People Asks How We Turned Out The Way We Did

The path we take in life and the place we end up – how much of that is a matter of luck, socio-economic circumstance, and how much is a matter of choices ? The insight-laden Good People at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre intentionally doesn’t directly answer the questions. Instead, it lays out the conflicting philosophies for audiences to debate on the way home.

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