Candlelight Theatre 'Into the Woods'

Candlelight’s costumer: Nurse by day, designer by night

Betsy Price Culture, Headlines

There are a lot of Cs in Timothy Cannon’s life. C for his last name. C for ChristianaCare, where he is an assistant nurse manager during the day. C as in Candlelight Theatre, where he’s worked in his off time since 2004. And C for costumes, because his largest theatrical role since 2004 has been designing costumes for Candlelight Theatre …

TSD Review Aug 24

TownSquareLIVE Weekly Review – August 24, 2023

Sonja Frey Town Square Live, Weekly Review

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Candlelight

Candlelight in ’24: ‘Dolly,’ ‘Fantasticks,’ ‘Edwin Drood’

Betsy Price Culture, Headlines

A beloved musical, a show featuring Dolly Parton tunes and a dramedy during which the audience decides the outcome of the story all will be part of the Candlelight Theatre‘s 2024 season. The season will open with matchmaker classic “Hello, Dolly” Jan. 20-Feb. 25 and be followed by “The Mystery of Edwin Drood” March 16-April 21. “Drood” is based on …

Shawn Yates Candlelight Theatre murder myster

Candlelight whodunnit makes you wonder who’s really who

Betsy Price Headlines

Candlelight Theatre patrons often ask actor Shawn Yates as he’s serving their dinner for hints about who the killer is in the Arden playhouse’s production of “The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940.” Yates, who plays composer Roger Hopewell, always tries to give a vague sort of hint, but it’s easier said than done. Many of the 10 actors in the …

Ed Emmi in the Milburn Stone production of "Sister Act." (Courtesy of Ed Emma)

‘Sister Act’ offers Del. actor chance to repeat fun role

Ken Mammarella Culture, Headlines

For the first time in singing and acting in more than 300 productions, Ed Emmi is creating the same role at almost the same time for two different theaters. He’s playing Monsignor O’Hara in “Sister Act” in a production at the Milburn Stone Theatre in North East, Maryland, running Dec. 2-11. Tickets are on sale now. And he will play …