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By Staff On Saturday, October 12th, 2019
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REVIEW: ‘The 39 Steps’ at Langhorne Players in Newtown

By John Millman-Dwyer The Langhorne Players continue to bring the best drama and comedies to our area. Many theaters are overly committed to money-making musicals to fill their larger houses. The Langhorne Players More...

By Staff On Friday, August 23rd, 2019
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REVIEW: ‘Church and State’ at Langhorne Players in Newtown

By John Dwyer The United States of America has 120.5 guns for every 100 people. No country in the world has more guns per person than ours. U.S. citizens own 46% of all guns worldwide that are owned by a civilian, More...

By Staff On Friday, July 19th, 2019
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REVIEW: ‘Trying’ at Langhorne Players in Newtown

By John Dwyer The naivete of youth may have a heavy foot on the gas pedal. Old age, with a shorter road to travel to its end, may pump the brake and look in the rearview more than needed. This is an issue in today’s More...

By Staff On Saturday, June 15th, 2019
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REVIEW: Beautifully produced ‘Marjorie Prime’ at Langhorne Players in Newtown

By John Dwyer First off, kudos to Langhorne Players for continuing to do excellent work. The Bucks County area is historically defined as a welcoming place for writers and those in both the fine and performing arts. More...

By Staff On Friday, May 3rd, 2019
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REVIEW: Langhorne Players opens season strong with ‘Becky Shaw’

By John Dwyer A play may be like a recipe. It may always be at least fine, no matter what, when it is a good recipe. But with the right ingredients, it can be taken to another level and be spectacular. The Langhorne More...

By Staff On Wednesday, October 24th, 2018
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REVIEW: ‘Doubt: A Parable’ at Langhorne Players in Newtown

By John Dwyer In the preface to the play, John Patrick Shanley writes: “It is doubt (so often experienced initially as weakness) that changes things. The beginning of change is the moment of doubt. It is that More...