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  • Theater Review: Not So Plain In The Plain States

    A befuddled and loving dad, H.C. Curry (Jeff Rossman, left) is the figurehead of a family trying to find love and companionship during a personal and environmental dry spell in The Rainmaker. His two sons, Noah (William H. Greenridge IV, second from right) and Jimmy (Thomas Ovitt, right), like their father, want to a mate for their adored yet “plain” sister Lizzie (Stacy-Lee Frome), who is on the brink of being an old maid. Performances by The Sherman Players continue weekends, plus one Thursday night, until August 10.

  • Theater Review: Running In Circles, Eliciting Laughs In Sherman

    SHERMAN — Philip King’s See How They Run, written in the 1940s, was considered a farce because its plot requires the frequent use of four doors, a chest, and mistaken identities.

  • Theater Review: Sherman’s Third Panto, ‘Aladdin’ Continues A Great Tradition

    SHERMAN — For the third year in a row, The Sherman Players are presenting a “Christmas Panto” — something that is traditional in Britain, and hopefully will become a tradition here as well, since the two that I’ve seen (last year’s Cinderella, and this year’s Aladdin) — are rollicking good fun, designed to entertain young children, but delightful fun for grownups as well.

  • Theater Review: Fine Acting Brings Out Absurd Characters In Sherman’s ‘The Maids’

    SHERMAN — In the post World War II decades when France was the epicenter of revolutionary fervor — cultural, political, moral and philosophical — the Theater of the Absurd was born.

  • Theater Review: Sherman Offering Good Entertainment With "Run For Your Wife"

    SHERMAN — Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive…