Tag Archive: greater-grand-forks-community-theater
Ladies 05

REVIEW: Fire Hall Brings Gender Swap Comedy To The Stage With LEADING LADIES

You want spoilers?  I got spoilers. - XOXO Miss Jaye Ever since Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon donned tasteful frocks to chase fame and Marilyn Monroe in Billy Wilder's Some Like ...
Prelude 01

REVIEW: Fire Hall’s PRELUDE TO A KISS Tackles Love, Regret

I live to spoil things.  Try me. - XOXO, Miss Jaye I've really been neglecting my theatre-reviewing duties the last year or so (I blame my busy travel schedule) and so ...
Hamlet 01

REVIEW: Fame And Glory – I HATE HAMLET Explores The Challenges Of The Artistic Life

Life is a spoiler.  Get over it. - XOXO, Miss Jaye "What makes a star? Thrilling vocal range? Decades of training? The proper vehicle? Tights!" - Rob Howard as John Barrymore I actually do ...
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GUEST REVIEW: Jocasta Rex Soaks Up The Drama At ETC’s HAIRSPRAY

A review by Jocasta Rex (the “Jo” is pronounced “Ho”) Disclaimer:  It’s been a while since I reviewed a theatrical endeavor.  I am shaking the dust off now because Janessa Jaye ...
Kobra Kai Duo

Girls Just Wanna Have Fun! Giveaway ft. Kat Von D – [CLOSED]

The Fireman's Ball, the annual put-the-fun-in-fundraiser for the Fire Hall Theatre is happening Thursday, July 28 with our very own Miss Jaye channeling her inner Material Girl!  It's 1984 all ...
Madonna

Miss Jaye Channels Her Inner Material Girl For The Annual Fireman’s Ball

July is upon, and in addition to fireworks and a shit-ton of mosquitoes (or whatever that would work out to in the metric system), it's time for the annual Fireman's ...
Arsenic 06

REVIEW: Fire Hall Unearths Classic Comedy To End Season With ARSENIC & OLD LACE

Obligatory Disclaimer: This is a review, there are spoilers, get over it.  If a play is from the 40s, can this still be considered a "spoiler"?! - XOXO, Miss Jaye The ...
FH 02

REVIEW: Love, Death, And The Dark Side Of Scandinavia in THE NORWEGIANS

Obligatory spoiler warning:  there will be spoilers in this review, I'm sure.  I don't know how many or how deep they'll go, but once I've seen a show, I find ...
Winter 01

Review: Accessible Shakespeare – Fire Hall’s A WINTER’S TALE Proves Good Intro To The Bard

Shakespeare isn't necessarily an easy fit for community theatre.  A regular on the calendars of educational and professional theatres (UND is mounting a production of Hamlet later this spring), the ...
Drowsy Main

REVIEW: Fire Hall’s THE DROWSY CHAPERONE Is The Stuff Of Dreams, Both Sweet And Sour

Sometimes, on a trip to the theatre you don't know what to expect.  You sit in the dark, waiting for the lights to come up, hoping that the experience will ...

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