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Lobby Hero By Kenneth Lonergan May 30th - Jul 6th Directed By Linda Suttle When Jeff, a luckless young security guard, is drawn into a local murder investigation, loyalties are strained to the breaking point. As Jeff's tightly wound supervisor is called to bear witness against his troubled brother, and an attractive rookie cop finds she must stand up to her seasoned partner, truth becomes elusive and justice proves costly. ...

Grey Gardens review by David Marlowe In 2007 “Grey Gardens” was nominated for 10 Tony Awards and received three. It also got the Obie Award, The Louise Lortei Award and twelve Drama Desk Awards. Vintage Theatre produced the musical at their previous location on Seventeenth Avenue with great success. Now at their new Aurora location on Dayton they’ve done it again! This time it’s better than ever! CLICK HERE to read the full review...

Vintage Classic Movies Season 2 2014 Film Season (All Screenings are at 6:30pm unless otherwise noted.) April 27th – Citizen Kane May 18th – Ghost Busters June 28th 1pm* - Wizard of Oz          July 20th - Jurassic Park                      July 27th - Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl August 17th – Bonnie and Clyde September 21st – Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb – October 19th – The Birds November 16th – The Thin Man and After the Thin Man (Sleuths Nick and Nora Charles) December 21st – The Land before Time 6pm start (Kids’ animated) *** Holiday Inn ( 7:35pm start) January, 2015 - The Maltese Falcon February, 2015 - Glory *Special Saturday afternoon showing, in conjunction with the Aurora Arts Festival.        ...

Review by Beki Pineda: Two women waiting outside a church begin to talk and discover that they have things in common. Helen Richards (Lisa Young) is revisiting a woman she met as a child. Zora Evans (Davida A. Terrell) is trying to get a gig with NPR and is there to do interviews with the waiting people. They are joined by street artist, Mona Lisa Martin (Josephine Lemon-Lett) who is a Katrina survivor. Next comes Keisha Cameron (Ilasiea Gray), a saucy teenager pushing her faux baby in a stroller, foreshadowing her reason for being there. The last arrival is a quiet guarded female soldier, Gwendolyn Johnson (ShaShauna Staton). They have all gathered outside the Ebenezer Baptist Church to pay homage to recently deceased Civil Rights leader Coretta Scott King, the widow of Martin Luther King, Jr. The conversations reveal each woman's connection to Mrs. King and moves along leisurely until Keisha arrives. An unlikely candidate for being in this line, she startles with her reason for being there. This is followed by a dialogue duet between the street artist and the Afghanistan-bound soldier. In a touching back-and-forth, they tell their horrific tales of survival. This would be a powerful evening even without the occasion for the gathering, but each woman's emotional connection to Mrs. King pulls the whole piece together. The individual performances are strong; as an ensemble, they shine! A WOW Factor of 8! ...