Loveland: One-Woman Cross-Country Comedy
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The last date listed for Loveland was Sunday April 13, 2014 / 7:30pm.
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In this classic Agatha Christie whodunit (originally called Ten Little Indians), eight strangers … More
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Featured review from Rick&TamRed Velvet
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We really enjoyed this performance! She is hilarious yet there are some very touching moments revealing her pain from the loss of her mother. It was our first time in that particular theater of Arena and like all of the others, there isn't a bad seat to be had. It's a 75 minute show with no intermission. Be aware that it is definitely for a mature audience. We highly recommend!
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Fabulous, funny, touching performance! Definitely see Loveland. Arena Stage is the perfect space for Ann Randolph's one-woman show. She manages to portray all the characters in her heartfelt but bizarre tale effortlessly and so convincingly...continued
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