The Saratoga Shakespeare production of “The Merry Wives” of Windsor,” offered free of charge in Congress Park in Saratoga Springs, is a high-spirited affair in which the performers have so much fun, the merriment become contagious for the audience.
It is hard to think of any musical with a better score than “Anything Goes.” It’s just as difficult to think of a cast who might perform those numbers better than those in the national tour playing at Proctors through Sunday.
This revival, which originated at Roundabout Theatre in New York City, is a happy musical that entertains and delights with great Cole Porter masterpieces. It opens with “I Get a Kick Out Of You” and follows with classics like “Easy to Love,” “Friendship,” “It’s De-Lovely” and “All Through the Night.”
The only thing more critic-proof than the musical “Peter Pan” is a production of “Peter Pan” starring Cathy Rigby. And you have them both at Proctors Theatre in Schenectady through Sunday.
This production is great for kids. It’s eye-appealing, the flying is exciting and the story about the virtues of never growing up is a message everyone wants to hear. Two, the youngsters will not notice the production looks tired with several mechanical portrays that are just good enough.
CAMBRIDGE - “The Drawer Boy,” playing at Hubbard Hall in Cambridge through Sunday, January 20, is officially the first don’t miss theater production of the year. I know it’s only mid-January, but this would be don’t miss theater any time of the year.
Sometimes the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. That’s the case at Lake George Dinner Theatre where a terrific package of entertainment awaits you.
You might attend a better play than “The Love List” which is playing at the Lake George Dinner Theatre through Oct. 20. You might also go to a fancy expensive restaurant and have a better meal than is served at the Lake George Holiday Inn Resort that hosts LGDT.