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Tuesday
Jan182011

MTG earns accolades from local media for 2010 performances

The Glass Menagerie, Hot l Baltimore, and Side by Side by Sondheim delighted critics and audiences alike in 2010:

Dane101

In addition to recognizing Sarah Marty for her 70s costume design for Hot l Baltimore, Christian Neuhaus of Dane101 named Hot l Baltimore and The Glass Menagerie as two of his favorite ensemble casts and The Glass Menagerie as one of his overall favorite performances.

The Isthmus

from the article Arts 2010:  Isthmus critics rate the year in local culture:

Four Seasons Theatre and Madison Theatre Guild joined forces for a solid production of Side by Side by Sondheim. While Sondheim's songs were the brightest stars, the talented cast members each had a standout number.

- Katie Reiser

MTG's production of The Glass Menagerie was my favorite show of 2010. As Laura, Kate Ewings was captivating, and as her mom, Judy Kimball was imposing and proper with a well-executed Southern accent. The period set got things right — a curio cabinet full of glass animals sparkled throughout the show, and vintage costumes and music clips captured the feel of the Great Depression. But the key to this show's success was that the straightforward approach allowed Tennessee Williams' script to shine.

- Amelia Cook

Sunday
Dec122010

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Sunday
Nov212010

The Spitfire Grill & A Xmas Carol - Dec 2010

December 3-18

Written by American Folklore Theatre's Fred Alley and James Valcq, The Spitfire Grill is the story of Percy, a feisty parolee who follows her dreams to a small town in Wisconsin. 

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December 4, 11 & 18

Keeping a Madison tradition alive, Madison Theatre Guild brings A Christmas Carol to the Drury stage as a radio play in December.

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