Written By Mark DeWolf-Ott

And so it goes, heaven knows

Anything Goes

by Janet I. Martineau

Hang on, Pit and Balcony Community Theatre patrons, it's going to be a bumpy ride.

Thank you so much for opening up the theatre to our group from Carrollton High School. I apologize for not being able to stay for the talk-back following the show as some of our students are required to leave campus in the afternoon and needed to be back at the school.

Review by Janet I. Martineau

Memo from Pit and Balcony Community Theater of Saginaw to the Bay City Players: back at ya, game on.

by Janet I. Martineau

In two weeks time they're going to be dead.

Every single one of them.

Due to total exhaustion.

Eye on Arts Review
Loissa Elizabeth Harrison-Parks
Central Michigan University

A fun, vibrant and quirky production of a classic children's book awaits theatergoers at Saginaw's Pit and Balcony Community Theatre.

By Janet Martineau

Tonight (Feb. 5), Pit and Balcony Community Theater opens its production of "Eurydice" by Sarah Ruhl.

by Janet I. Martineau 

A word of warning if you venture forth to see Pit and Balcony Community Theatre's production of the musical "Legally Blonde," running through Oct. 16. There are three scene stealers – make that show stealers – who so overshadow everything else that you go home chuckling and chortling about them and tend to dismiss all else in the show. 

By Sue White | For MLive.com

SAGINAW, MI – When "It's a Wonderful Life" hit the theaters in 1946, audiences didn't immediately take to Frank Capra's tale of a small-town banker's life-changing redemption, calling it "sentimental."


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