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‘Rock of Ages’: Company’s joyous return in Norwell

NORWELL – The return of live theater to the stage of the Company Theatre is a joyous occasion, and it was obvious at a recent performance the cast was enjoying it just as… Continue reading

‘Paragon Park’: A stirring musical tribute to an icon

NORWELL – When you get to be a certain age, memories become even more important, especially when they are about a place that has long since ceased to exist. The Company Theatre’s production… Continue reading

‘Oliver!’: Many will buy ‘this wonderful feeling’

NORWELL – You might think a musical made from the story of an abused orphan who escapes that fate, only to fall into the clutches of a master thief and a gang of… Continue reading

Company marks 40th season with rousing ‘Ragtime’

NORWELL – A major milestone is often a chance to take stock of who you are or what you are. For the Company Theatre, the beginning of their 40th season was also a… Continue reading

Company’s ‘Legally Blonde’ is light, frothy fun

NORWELL – When the weather gets hotter, the shows should get lighter. “Death of a Salesman” doesn’t sell well in the summer, when our mood is lighter and sunnier. What do we want?… Continue reading

Company Theatre crafts a warm, winning ‘1776’

NORWELL – “!776” has never really gotten its due as one of the great American musicals. It works on several levels: as a history lesson, since most Americans are woefully ignorant of the… Continue reading

‘The Drowsy Chaperone’ is delightfully ditzy fun

NORWELL — “The Drowsy Chaperone”  is pretty much the perfect spring musical. Escape is what we want from the dreariness of the past winter and even the early spring, and here it is… Continue reading