Tag Archives: Shannon Roma DeAngelo


when-in-carthReviewed by Nancy Oliveri

When the Cider Mill Playhouse’s Artistic Director, Gail Belokur, commissioned hometown theatrical wunderkind Santino DeAngelo to write a farce, she knew exactly what she was doing. And, apparently, so does DeAngelo.

The playwright,/composer/lyricist/commercial producer, now based in New York, has already had his work seen in the Big Apple. His musical Foolerie won the New York Musical Festival's 2015 Next Link Project, and he has been mentioned...

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Reviewed by Nancy Oliveri

Can you predict the success of a musical production based on the comments heard in the crowded ladies' room at intermission?

If the show is Urinetown, and is produced by the Cider Mill Playhouse (CMP) in Endicott, then the answer is a resounding “yes!” (more…)

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Reviewed by George Basler You don't have to be a cynic to like Chicago, but it sure helps. There's not an ounce of sentiment in the new production of the acclaimed musical now being staged at the Cider Mill Playhouse in Endicott, and that's the way it should be, because Chicago is one of the most caustic shows ever to be a hit on Broadwway. The musical's world is one in which innocence gets crushed, goodness is for saps and corruption wins the day. Don't look for "heart"...
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“I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change,” the longest running musical revue in off-Broadway history, is Joe DiPietro’s hilarious commentary on love between the sexes, tracing relationships through the years of one’s life. The Cider Mill Playhouse’s staging is first rate. The cast gives stellar performances, with expressive faces, well-balanced voices and great chemistry.

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