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Alone Together | Encore Michigan Review

Comedy falters at Tibbits

By Bridgette M. Redman
Posted: Aug. 8, 2014 at 6:25 p.m.; updated Aug. 8, 2014 at 6:39 p.m.

Once you’ve become a parent, is the nest ever truly empty? Even after you think the chicks have all flown the coop?

Tibbits Summer Theatre closes out its season with “Alone Together,” a 1984 comedy about a couple that is sending its third son off to college and is finally looking forward to getting some time alone as an adult couple without the cares of parenting.

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Alone Together


Tibbits Talk: Suzanne Marie Stewart & Stephen Moore “Alone Together”

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by Ken Delaney

Suzanne Marie Stewart and Stephen Moore from the cast of the Tibbits Summer Theatre production of the comedy “Alone Together” were in the studio Tuesday for this week’s Tibbits Talk.

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Rotary donates to Tibbits

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The Daily Reporter – posted Jul. 30, 2014

Rotary donates to TibbitsStage lighting at Tibbits Opera House received a boost as the Coldwater Noon Rotary Club, with the help of a $1,500 Rotary District 6360 Foundation grant, has donated the funds to purchase a new light control board for the theatre in time for the height of the Summer Theatre season.


A sure bet at Tibbits | Encore Michigan

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A sure bet at Tibbits | Encore Michigan

By Judith Cookis Rubens

Posted on encoremichigan.com: July 25, 2014 at 3:56 p.m.

Guys and Dolls“Classic” musicals generally endure the test of time, and, in the case of “Guys and Dolls,” they’ve got the songs, substance and style to back up the label.

Tibbits Summer Theatre’s current revival of the 1950 “Guys and Dolls” proves right on the money, still. Showcasing bright, young talent and high production values, this show about 1940s New York City sinners manages to feel wistfully nostalgic and of-today at the same time. It’s a fine balance, and one that wouldn’t work without the major song and dance talent of this year’s company and their contagious energy.

Right from the opening “Fugue for Tinhorns,” we’re escorted into this frenetic world of wise-guy gamblers, show girls and missionaries, and the “oldest established permanent floating crap game in New York,” run by perennial fiance, Nathan Detroit.

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Theater review: ‘Guys and Dolls’ is a sure bet | Battle Creek Enquirer

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Theater review: ‘Guys and Dolls’ is a sure bet

Written by Nicole L.V. Mullis

“The Tibbits Summer Theatre’s production of “Guys and Dolls” is flush with that indescribable chemistry. It flows between its leading men and women, the dancers and the music, the musicians and the singers, the voices and the language, even the costumes and the set. There isn’t a soft spot or a dull moment in the show.”

Read the full article at battlecreekenquirer.com .

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A review of “A Chorus Line” | The Daily Reporter

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A review of “A Chorus Line”
By Carl D.Rifenburgh for The Daily Reporter

This award-winning musical, “A Chorus Line,” gives its audience about everything possible in a Broadway production.

During the 2 ½ -hour show, the seat time passes quickly as a cast of 25 performers sing and dance their hearts out to entertain their audience.


Dreams on the line in Tibbits musical | Encore Michigan

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By Bridgette M. Redman

Posted on encoremichigan.com: July 11, 2014 at 5:40 p.m.

A Chorus Line rehersal

Nate Klingenberg as Zach, Christina Laschuk as Cassie, Nicholas Alexander Rodriguez as Paul, Devon Frieder as Val

“A Chorus Line” may not be as gritty and shocking as it was when it first came out in 1975, but it is still an extravaganza of dance and a moving look at those who are trying to make their living as dancers on Broadway.

Seventeen dancers have made the final cut of an audition for the chorus line of an upcoming musical. Only eight are needed for the show. As they audition and are interviewed, they reveal pieces of their soul and why dancing is so important to their lives.

The Tibbits Opera House is an ideal venue for performing this Marvin Hamlisch musical, with the venue’s outstanding acoustics and traditional pit orchestra arrangement of the musicians in front and below the stage. …

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