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Sokolsky on the Arts and Entertainment
A weekly program focusing on the arts and entertainment
Everybody loves a baby. Right?
Of course they do. So says Arts and Entertainment Editor Bob Sokolsky, citing several shows that have brought infants into their acts.
Among the latest, he claims, is Ken Ludwig's "Be My Baby," currently appearing at the Riverside Community Players Theater. Written in 2005, it was originally considered a vehicle for Dixie Carter and Hal Holbrook. Now, Sokolsky says, it has become a vehicle for Rory Dyer and San Nisbett, and that is not a bad thing.
But it does have a problem or two. Like a first act Sokolsky says doesn't run all that long; it just seems to.
However, he applauds Dyer and Nisbett for the way they overcome that deficit with a pair of often hilarious performances.
Episode Date: November 13, 2009