Vintage Theatre | REVIEW: Vintage’s Mack & Mabel makes big noise over silent film era
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REVIEW: Vintage’s Mack & Mabel makes big noise over silent film era

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REVIEW: Vintage’s Mack & Mabel makes big noise over silent film era

By Quincy Snowdow at the Aurora Sentinel

Mack is back, baby.

The aptly titled Vintage Theater has dusted off the oft-forgotten musical relic Mack & Mabel and uncovered a show teeming with character. The Vintage breathes new life into the play’s larger-than-life personalities that have been begging to revisit the glitter of the stage after being shooed off Broadway some 40 years ago.

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