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By Nancy Oliveri All Shook Up, the last show of the Cider Mill Playhouse’s 2012-2013 season, is a hunk-a-hunk-a burning love story fashioned around some of the Elvis Presley's most memorable tunes, strung together by Joe DiPietro in a plot that is a funny, topical, gender-bending and a small town civics lesson to boot. In the show, which opened Thursday (June 6), the residents of a Midwestern town where nothing happens are all shook up by the arrival of a hip swingin’, song singin’ “roustabout,” Chad...
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Last Saturday, my family caught S.R.O. Productions III's charming production of the Elvis musical All Shook Up. It was a fun show with some really good performances, and it was a delightful example of true community theater, mixing old pros and up-and-comers. As a friend pointed out, it was nice to see younger folks playing younger folks and older folks playing older folks. What shows have you seen (or been rehearsing for) recently? Have you caught a concert, a reading or an exhibit? Please share with...
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