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Always a Bridesmaid Is a Laugh-Fest About Loving Friends Who Know Each Other a Tad Too Well

Temple Theatre’s production of Always a Bridesmaid, written by the prolific and widely known trio of Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten, is populated by a group familiar to fans of their work, six very strong Southern women who are both determined and marvelously flawed as well as wonderfully funny, loyal, and loving. Four… Read More ›

Professor Henry Higgins (John Allore) tutors Cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle (Haley Best-Jernigan)

Temple Theatre’s Production of “My Fair Lady” Is Purely Professional and Completely Entertaining

Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe’s My Fair Lady, which has been called “the perfect musical” is one of our all-time favorites. Since its 1956 Broadway opening wherein it became the longest-running musical of its time, it still ranks 20th among all long-running shows. It is currently being performed at Temple Theatre in Sanford, and… Read More ›

emple Theatre will present Ken Ludwig's knee-slapping farce, "Fox on the Fairway," directed by Craig Rhyne, on April 2-5 and 9-12

Ken Ludwig’s “Fox on the Fairway” Is Fine Farcical Fare for Temple Theatre Patrons

“Golf,” according to Mark Twain, “is a good walk spoiled.” Be that as it may, what happens in the club house is often just as dramatic — and in the case of The Fox on the Fairway, playwright Ken Ludwig’s take on the sport and its aficionados, hilarious as all get-out. When the curtain rises… Read More ›

Shown here (from left) are Brian Malone on drums, Michael Hudson Heath on guitar, Justin Drogemueller on bass, Andrew Crowe on keyboards, Jennie Malone on accordion, and Jessica Bradish on guitar

“Ring of Fire” at the Temple Theatre Is a Musical Tribute to “The Man in Black,” Johnny Cash

Last Friday night, a sextet of multifaceted performers in Ring of Fire showered the audience at Temple Theatre in Sanford with reminiscences of famous country singer Johnny Cash; and the audience couldn’t have been more receptive. Cash, who quickly rose to national popularity that overflowed the country/western audience of the 1960s right up to his… Read More ›

"I'll Never Be Hungry Again" is an outrageous musical satire of Margaret Mitchell's "Gone with the Wind"

Don’t Think About This Tomorrow — Get Your Tickets Now for “I’ll Never Be Hungry Again”!

Satire is kind of dangerous these days; but if you’re courageous (and not easily offended), the Temple Theatre’s current production of I’ll Never Be Hungry Again, with music by Gary Bartholomew and book and lyrics by Catherine Bush, will be right up your alley. The show is Margaret Mitchell rewritten with song and dance and… Read More ›