Review: ‘Hello, Dolly’ shows its classic musical colors

by MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR   When it comes to classic stage shows, there is a tendency to reimagine the old chestnuts. From a commercial point of view, the idea is to appeal to modern audiences that might be bored by the sensibilities of the past. Or, they’re reworked because the original approach to the … Continue reading “Review: ‘Hello, Dolly’ shows its classic musical colors”

Review: ‘Hello, Dolly’ shows its classic musical colors

by MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR   When it comes to classic stage shows, there is a tendency to reimagine the old chestnuts. From a commercial point of view, the idea is to appeal to modern audiences that might be bored by the sensibilities of the past. Or, they’re reworked because the original approach to the … Continue reading “Review: ‘Hello, Dolly’ shows its classic musical colors”

Review: ‘Hello, Dolly’ shows its classic musical colors

by MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR   When it comes to classic stage shows, there is a tendency to reimagine the old chestnuts. From a commercial point of view, the idea is to appeal to modern audiences that might be bored by the sensibilities of the past. Or, they’re reworked because the original approach to the … Continue reading “Review: ‘Hello, Dolly’ shows its classic musical colors”

Review: ‘Hello, Dolly’ shows its classic musical colors

by MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR   When it comes to classic stage shows, there is a tendency to reimagine the old chestnuts. From a commercial point of view, the idea is to appeal to modern audiences that might be bored by the sensibilities of the past. Or, they’re reworked because the original approach to the … Continue reading “Review: ‘Hello, Dolly’ shows its classic musical colors”

Review: ‘Hello, Dolly’ shows its classic musical colors

by MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR   When it comes to classic stage shows, there is a tendency to reimagine the old chestnuts. From a commercial point of view, the idea is to appeal to modern audiences that might be bored by the sensibilities of the past. Or, they’re reworked because the original approach to the … Continue reading “Review: ‘Hello, Dolly’ shows its classic musical colors”

Review: ‘Hello, Dolly’ shows its classic musical colors

by MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR   When it comes to classic stage shows, there is a tendency to reimagine the old chestnuts. From a commercial point of view, the idea is to appeal to modern audiences that might be bored by the sensibilities of the past. Or, they’re reworked because the original approach to the … Continue reading “Review: ‘Hello, Dolly’ shows its classic musical colors”

Review: ‘Hello, Dolly’ shows its classic musical colors

by MIKE CHAIKEN EDITIONS EDITOR   When it comes to classic stage shows, there is a tendency to reimagine the old chestnuts. From a commercial point of view, the idea is to appeal to modern audiences that might be bored by the sensibilities of the past. Or, they’re reworked because the original approach to the … Continue reading “Review: ‘Hello, Dolly’ shows its classic musical colors”

Clock museum offers Mantels for the Season Nov. 15

The American Clock & Watch Museum will host its Mantels for the Season event from Friday, Nov. 15 to Sunday, Dec. 15. It will feature seasonal displays from local businesses and community members. Participants will include Pier 1, The Artificial Flower Shop, Wojtusik Nursery & Garden Center, The Inside Story, Modifica Interiors, Kim Ciccarello & … Continue reading “Clock museum offers Mantels for the Season Nov. 15”

Newly elected officials sworn in tonight, Nov. 11

The City of Bristol will hold its 2019 Inauguration Ceremony on Monday, Nov. 11 at 7 p.m. as required by the city charter. The ceremony will be held at Bristol Central High School, 480 Wolcott St., in the Main Auditorium. “The Charter sets the Inauguration of City Officials as the first Monday following the election,” … Continue reading “Newly elected officials sworn in tonight, Nov. 11”