Anthony Chase

Theater Talk Host

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If you are a fan of the Sound of Music or Oklahoma, you may want to head to the MusicalFare Theatre. 

"A Grand Night for Singing" featuring the great works of Rodgers & Hammerstein is now on stage. 

That kicks off this week's Theatre Talk review with Jim Santella and Anthony Chase.

 

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This week on Theatre Talk, Jim Santella and Anthony Chase discuss "Come Back Little Sheeba," "Spamalot" and other local productions. 

This week on Theatre Talk, Jim Santella and Anthony Chase discuss "A Wrinkle in Time" and "Secrets of the Trade."

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This week on Theatre Talk Jim Santella asks Anthony Chase about the latest production on stage at Road Less Traveled Production.

Clean Break is now on stage through April 1st.  It’s about a gambler and his estranged daughter.          

They also discuss Emperor and Galilean at Torn Space Theatre. Torn Space is located on Fillmore Avenue in Buffalo.   

 

 

 

 

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WBFO & AM-970's Theatre Talk guys Jim Santella & Anthony Chase brings us the latest from the stage.

This week they review  The Irish Classical Theatre Company's ' "Fish out of Water", and "Time Stands Still" at the Kavinoky Theatre. 

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Mar 2, 2012

Theatre Talks Jim Santella and Anthony Chase are back this week for their full review of theatre around Buffalo Niagara.

They give us a glimpse of Les Mis at Shea's an  When The Rainbow Was Enuf at Ujima Company.

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Jim Santella and Anthony Chase give us highlights of of what's on stage across the area. 

This week WBFO's Theatre Talk guys give a shout out to Wendy Hall who will be featured in Friday night's opening of a Cabaret Series at the Buffalo United Artists Theatre.

BUA’s Cabaret Series returns this season with three new shows.  On February 24th, Wendy Hall brings her own show to the BUA stage, accompanied by Chuck Basil.  

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WBFO'S Theatre Talk guys roll up their chairs to the studio microphones to give their round robin review of what's happening and what's to come in the local theatre scene. 

Jim Santella and Anthony Chase tell us to get ready for Ragtime at this season's Shaw Festival. The Paul Robeson Theatre in Buffalo continues with "Every Tongue Confess" and at the Jewish Repertory Theatre "The Jewish Wife & Duck Variations" is now on stage! 
 

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WBFO's Jim Santella and Anthony Chase open this week's Theatre Talk with a brief chat about the new television series called "Smash" about behind the scenes of staged musicals.

"The theatre is a metaphor for all our lives," said Chase.   

They also discuss  Every Tongue Confess, a drama now on stage at the Paul Robeson Theatre on Masten Avenue in Buffalo, directed by Laverne Clay.       

 

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This week's Theatre Talk focuses on productions in full swing. 

St. Nicholas is on stage at Road Less Traveled Productions at 639 Main Street, Buffalo,  True West is being performed by the Kaleidoscope Theatre Productions at Medaille College and Avenue Q continues at MusicalFare Theatre on Main Street in Amherst.   
 
That's part of this week's roundup with Jim Santella and Anthony Chase. 

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