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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

There are four major, knock-your-socks-off production numbers in Circa '21 Dinner Playhouse's "White Christmas" that are reason enough to add …

  • Review by David Burke dburke@qctimes.com

Anchored by Marc Ciemiewicz's phenomenal performance as Tevye, Circa '21's "Fiddler on the Roof" is an energetic, exhilarating and emotional m…

  • David Burke dburke@qctimes.com

Twenty months ago, Circa '21's "Dixie Swim Club" earned hearty laughs and critical praise for avoiding platitudes and cliches in its out-of-th…

There are two more chances left — on Friday and Saturday nights — to see "Things My Mother Taught Me," a comedy at Circa '21 Dinner Playhouse …

  • David Burke dburke@qctimes.com

An array of pleasant performances is the best reason to see "Things My Mother Taught Me," the season's final show and lone non-musical at Circ…

  • 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

Ninety years after his birth and 60 after his death, Circa ‘21 keeps Hank Williams’ legacy alive with the musical biography “Lost Highway.”

  • David Burke

Sinking the cliches that often pop up in plays about a group of women, Circa ‘21’s “Dixie Swim Club” is a satisfying splash for females and ma…

  • David Burke

My two favorite productions at Circa ‘21 over the past few years, “The Full Monty” and “Hairspray,” both have come with an impressive pedigree…