Tag Archive: patrick-pearson
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 ...
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 ...
Death 02

REVIEW: Death and Deja Vu: GGFCT’s Season Opener Strikes Funny And Familiar Chord

Life is full of spoilers.  So is this review.  I hate that I have to keep saying this, but people seem to want reviews that tell them everything they need ...
Boys 01

REVIEW: THE BOYS NEXT DOOR Tackles Difficult Material With Heart, Laughs

(Be warned: I'm sure there are spoilers ahead.  If you worry about that kind of thing, go see the show and then come back and see if you agree with ...
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REVIEW: You Have The Right To Remain Entertained At The Firehall Theatre

When I was growing up, my favorite boardgame was CLUE - I always had to be Miss Scarlet, I always wanted to be the one who did it, and I ...
000000000000000000 Lone Star

LONE STAR Closes Out This Year’s Late Night Series at Fire Hall Theatre

Although it has only been in existence for just under 6 months, the Late Night Series at the Fire Hall Theatre has already provided theatre-goers in the Grand Cities with ...
God 03

REVIEW: “God of Carnage” Reveals the Rage and Pettiness Beneath The Surface of Polite Suburban Life

"How many parents protecting their children become infantile themselves" The Firehall Theatre continues their immensely entertaining "Late Night Series" with their newest offering, Yasmina Reza's God of Carnage. A darkly ...

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