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Christmas Carol by Tom Mula

A Twist to the Tale A Naples theater offers a unique take on the timeless classic ‘A Christmas Carol’ Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol by Tom Mula, is unlike any version of the holiday story and here’s why: Cody Nickell plays 18 characters in the two-hour one-man play and it dives deeper into the lives of...

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Cody Nickell as Jacob Marley

Jacob Marley returns for more spooky holiday fun in Naples For about 2-1/2 hours, it’s Cody Nickell as Jacob Marley and only Nickell onstage for the holiday play “Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol.” He plays all 18 characters in the behind-the-scenes retelling of the Charles Dickens classic “A Christmas Carol,” including Ebenezer Scrooge, his ghostly former...

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Gulfshore Playhouse Education

Gulfshore Playhouse educating folks while also entertaining them Coury said that she is “pleased to have grown to a seven-show season of professional theatre spanning October to May.” But she’s proudest of what Gulfshore Playhouse Education provides in the way of after-school acting classes and summer camps for students through its STAR Academy, which stands...

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Jacob Marley Christmas Carol

Tired of seasonal ho-hum? Try some local … This is the third year Gulfshore Playhouse is presenting [ Jacob Marley Christmas Carol ], with Cody Nickell starring. He travels through Heaven and Hell, the skies and streets of Victorian London, through time itself. His performance is even more incredible when you realize he plays all...

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Boeing-Boeing

Boeing-Boeing Bernard is engaged to Gabriella. And to Gloria. And to Gretchen. With three gorgeous stewardess fiancees, Bernard is flying high and living the dream. But things get a bit rocky when shy friend Robert comes to stay, a new turbo-charged Boeing is introduced, and we quickly learn that one woman is all Bernard can...

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Boeing Boeing Airplane Antics

Review: ‘Boeing-Boeing’ offers airplane antics “Boeing Boeing.” What’s that sound? Stewardesses bouncing up and down. Gulfshore Playhouse drops bachelor Bernard inside an utterly fabulous midcentury modern apartment. Randall Parsons’ set soars to the ceiling in tones of sand and white; the Norris Center stage has never looked so expansive, so wonderful, so airy. And so,...

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Boeing Boeing

French farce takes off with modern updates Theater fans seeking a light, comical little gem so they can laugh their cares away can head to Gulfshore Playhouse’s production of “Boeing Boeing,” a classical French farce that has been updated for modern audiences. Written by French playwrights Marc Camoletti, Beverley Cross and Francis Evans, the story...

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Neapolitan Family Magazine

Neapolitan Family Magazine Features Gulfshore Playhouse in “30 Days of Giving: 2015 Directory” November is not just a month for gratitude; it is a month for giving. In recognition of Nonprofit Awareness Month, we have compiled our third annual Nonprofit Directory to help make you aware of the many opportunities to give in Southwest Florida.

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The Glass Menagerie

Life is but a dream in Gulfshore’s ‘Glass Menagerie’ “Like nothing you’ve seen before” “Eric Gilde’s masterfully subtle, withdrawn to the point of stillness performance breathes incandescent life into Williams’ lyrical descriptions of the life where a tyrannical abandoned mother and two children fight for a freedom that never comes.” “Menagerie,” swathed in cool blues...