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  • David Burke dburke@qctimes.com

By the time many artistic franchises reach their fifth installment, there's a sense of stretching the material until it's threadbare, coupled …

  • David Burke dburke@qctimes.com

With a subtitle like "The Last (Potluck) Supper," there appears to be a certain finality with the fifth "Church Basement Ladies" installment, …

  • David Burke dburke@qctimes.com

My Facebook and Twitter accounts nearly exploded last weekend with praise heaped by those attending River Roots Live.

  • Review by David Burke dburke@qctimes.com

To anyone who's been willing to listen for more than five seconds at a time over the past year and a half, I've been preaching the Gospel of "…

  • David Burke dburke@qctimes.com

Curt Wollan admits he did not have high hopes for "Southern Crossroads."

  • David Burke

The fourth installment of the “Church Basement Ladies” series, this one called “A Mighty Fortress is Our Basement,” may be an even better intr…

  • David Burke

Circa ‘21 Dinner Playhouse owner-producer Dennis Hitchcock called Nikki Savitt about six years ago with a job offer.

  • David Burke

After awaiting it for years, “Menopause” is hitting the Circa ’21 Dinner Playhouse in Rock Island.

  • David Burke

They may have started in the basement, but they've hit the top floor. "Church Basement Ladies," a musical comedy about longtime laypersons staffing their Minnesota Lutheran Church kitchen for weddings, funerals, holidays and lutefisk dinners in the 1960s, has become a hit in the Quad-Cities as well as the Twin Cities, where it originated in 2005.