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[caption id="attachment_2897" align="alignleft" width="200" caption="Ava Crump and Buzz Roddy (photo by Stephen Appel)"]Ava Crump and Buzz Roddy (photo by Stephen Appel)[/caption] The Neil Simon farce Last of the Red Hot Lovers opened this past week at the Cider Mill Playhouse in Endicott. The production, directed by Penny Powell, features Buzz Roddy, Dori May Ganisin, Marjorie Donovick and Ava Crump. George Bernard Shaw is quoted as saying that the French do not really care what they do as long as they...
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Reviewed by Ralph Hall The “watchers” battle the “doers” in Half-Light Theatre’s production of Neil Simon’s Barefoot in the Park, which opened last night (March 23)  in the newly renovated ballroom of the Roberson Mansion in Binghamton. Director Tim Mollen established a pace and beat that nourished the humor and accented the dramatic, giving the full-house audience an excellent interpretation of this 1960s comedy. Zachary Chastain (as a young newly-wed lawyer) and Kate Murray...
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By Ralph Hall Broome County is blessed with several theatrical productions company. The newest is Half Light Theatre, which is producing Barefoot in the Park later this month in the newly redecorated ballroom of the Roberson Museum and Science Center, 30 Front St., Binghamton. The company was founded and is managed by Missy Harris, Tim Mollen and Nathan Butler. In February, Half Light produced Love Letters, which featured Mollen and Harris and was directed by Butler. Read more