Fran Syverson

‘Dames at Sea’ Docks at Sierra Madre Playhouse
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‘Dames at Sea’ Docks at Sierra Madre Playhouse

By Fran Syverson How long has it been since you spent an evening watching—and listening to—a group of talented tap dancers? Too long? Then don’t miss the summertime performance of “Dames at Sea” at the Sierra Madre Playhouse. It’s full of tunes that keep the audience toe-tapping right along with the actors. The story line…

“Bee-luther-hatchee” Now at Sierra Madre Playhouse
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“Bee-luther-hatchee” Now at Sierra Madre Playhouse

  By Fran Syverson Whose story is it? When a life-story is written, who can claim it as theirs—the person who lived it?—or the one who wrote it? For Shelita Burns, this becomes a career-shaking question. As a New York editor, she has been featuring a series of autobiographies of African-American women whose stories, she…

Playhouse Hosts “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever”
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Playhouse Hosts “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever”

You remember being in the children’s Christmas Pageant at your church, don’t you? The kids all dressed up like shepherds, wise men, angels or fuzzy sheep…girls vying for the role of Mary…the boys all ducking, looking the other way when the Sunday School teacher chooses this year’s Joseph…. Your proud parents and grandparents beaming at…

“The Foreigner” Arrives at the Sierra Madre Playhouse
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“The Foreigner” Arrives at the Sierra Madre Playhouse

Such mystique a foreigner can bring to a small town full of folks who’ve never had the chance to travel to other countries! Charlie Baker is endowed with that mystique when he arrives at Betty Meeks’s fishing lodge in Georgia. In actuality, Betty is the one who does the endowing. She’s never traveled nor met…

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