Not enough people seem to remember the shout-back responses to “The Rocky Horror Show” to make the Crown Uptown’s 40th anniversary revival of the stage version a real audience participation romp like the good old/bad old days. Perhaps an overhead screen flashing the appropriate phrases – like subtitles – would help.
Magical fairytales, classic ballets, and a comedic satire are among the performances that the Wichita Grand Opera will offer in the new year. On Monday, the company announced the details of its 2015 season, which will begin next spring and run through early fall. That’s a bit later of a start than in recent years, but the programming remains diverse.
How much you enjoy Neil Simon’s “They’re Playing Our Song” depends on how much you ultimately care whether the two comically mismatched artistic souls at the heart of the tale find happiness in their on-again-off-again romance.