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Push Button, Get Bacon produced by The Recovery Party at Bryant-Lake Bowl

Push Button, Get Bacon produced by The Recovery Party at Bryant-Lake Bowl

The Recovery Party returns to the Bryant-Lake Bowl with another serving of Push Button, Get Bacon. Sketches and satire, but no bacon. You’ll have to wait until the absolute last moment (no, not yet, not that moment… ok, now, this is the end. No, wait … ok, this is the end) to know what...
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Weird Tales For Halloween by Hardcover Theater, performing at Bryant Lake Bowl

Weird Tales For Halloween by Hardcover Theater, performing at Bryant Lake Bowl

Let yourself be ushered into the shadowy and dusty confines of the ancient BLB theater.  A creaky wooden floor – is that the waitress?  I  hope so.   A blood red curtain.  An eerie 19th century organ.  Is that the distant crash of bowling pins, or is it… could it possibly be…?  Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! I do...
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Department of Redundancy Department, a Recovery Party production at the Bryant-Lake Bowl

Department of Redundancy Department, a Recovery Party production at the Bryant-Lake Bowl

The Department of Redundancy Department (presented at the Bryant Lake Bowl by The Recovery Party through June 26th) strikes again with a new show workshopped and performed by a solid cast of local theater regulars. It’s class A sketch comedy with material that dabbles in the politically incorrect without attempting to impress us with...
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Wormwood, a Hardcover Theater production at Bryant Lake Bowl

Wormwood, a Hardcover Theater production at Bryant Lake Bowl

Wormwood, which opened May 6, continues Hardcover Theater’s “less is more” approach to reducing potentially unwieldy stories to perfectly manageable ones, even on the Bryant-Lake Bowl’s tiny stage. The theater company has carved out a singular niche in this town, adapting relatively lesser known books (in the public domain) for live performance done in...
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