Elliot Lanes

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Reviews (4)
NY Theatre Guide

"'It Shoulda Been You' is one of those shows that I hope stays around for a good long while. It’s loads of fun, and the cast and production team have put together a fun and high energy musical...For those who want to experience a great light evening of theatre, 'It Shoulda Been You' is the show for you." Full Review

MD Theatre Guide

for a previous production "'The Screwtape Letters' might be just what the devil ordered…Max McLean as Screwtape commands the stage with a macabre and imposing presence...His performance will have you on the edge of your seat…Physical elements enhance the performances…'The Screwtape Letters' showcases the talents of two immensely talented performers as backed by a great physical production. It also proves that C.S. Lewis is still one of our best modern writers." Full Review

MD Theatre Guide

for a previous production "Overall Maurice Hines is 'Tappin Through Life' is a lively and sometimes touching look at a man who has been entertaining us for a long time. If Hines and his director Jeff Calhoun can just add a little more tap into the proceedings, it will balance the show while showing us for a little longer what Hines is known around the world for, being one of the words finest tap dancers." Full Review

Shear Madness
Midtown W
MD Theatre Guide

for a previous production "There is a tendency with shows that are running for a while for them to get ragged and run down. I am happy to report that the interactive murder mystery 'Shear Madness,' which is now in its 25th year, does not fall into this category. With a new set and venue, 'Shear Madness' with its talented cast and quick wit is a very enjoyable way to spend a night in the theatre." Full Review