710 Main in Buffalo has announced its brand new season. This week on Theater Talk WBFO's Jim Santella and Anthony Chase examine the new line up -- that includes "I Love Lucy". They also review other local theater performances around town.
This week WBFO Theater Talk hosts Jim Santella and Anthony Chase begin their conversation with MusicalFare Theatre plans for expansion. They also give us a sneak peak of Fela on stage at Shea's Performing Arts Center for two shows only.
In a week when arguments on California's Proposition Eight banning gay marriage were aired at the US Supreme Court, one of Buffalo's theater companies is preparing to tackle the issue. This week on Theater Talk, critics Jim Santella and Anthony Chase talk about Buffalo United Artists' staged reading of the play, "Eight," this Wednesday night at 7:30.
Theater critics Jim Santella and Anthony Chase talk about "Sister Act" at the Shea's Performing Arts Center, "Being Behan" at the Irish Classical Theater and more in this week's edition of WBFO's Theater Talk.
WBFO's theater critics Jim Santella and Anthony Chase review First Lady Suite at the American Repertory Theater and Road Less Traveled Productions' Seeds. They also touch on the quick sale of tickets to the upcoming Shea's Performing Arts Center presentation of The Book of Mormon.
Just in time for the Halloween season, Jekyll and Hyde the Musical will open at Shea's Performing Arts Center. WBFO's Theatre Talk hosts Jim Santella and Anthony Chase kick off this week's conversation with a review of the show.
This week's Theatre Talk chat kicks off with a discussion on Young Audiences.
WBFO & AM-970's Jim Santella and Anthony Chase also review "A Streetcar Named Desire" -- now on stage through this weekend at Torn Space in Buffalo. And a reminder about Knuffle Bunny at the Theatre of Youth!
It's a packed-filled fall theatre season across the Buffalo area, and no one fills us in better than what's on stage then our Theatre Talk co-hosts Jim Santella and Anthony Chase!
One week from Friday, Curtain Up! will be held in downtown Buffalo to officially kick-off a new theatre season.
Mr. and Mrs. Nobody opens September 14th at the New Phoenix Theatre. But if looking for something this weekend, the Green Day musical, American Idiot is on stage Friday and Saturday at UB's Center for the Arts.
Silo City opens on Buffalo's waterfront Saturday. The old, abandon and historic grain elevators will come alive for performances by Torn Space Theatre Saturday. That kicks off this week's Theatre Talk conversation with Jim Santella and Anthony Chase.