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Archive for January, 2010
The Director, Nancy Daugherty, was able to cast a truly wonderful show. My only disappointment is you only have one weekend left to catch this show.
The nominees for the 26th Annual Helen Hayes Awards were announced on Monday, January 25, 2010 at the National Theatre Helen Hayes Gallery. During 2009, 182 productions were produced that met the Helen Hayes Awards’ eligibility requirements. The 26th Annual Helen Hayes Awards will be presented on Monday evening April 5, 2010, a gala celebration […]
There are so many things right about American Century Theater’s production of Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?, everything deserves recognition.
The modern-day princess tends to gravitate towards power lunches over elaborate balls, more dependent on her BlackBerry than any fairy godmother. So a story like Cinderella might have lost its relevance to a generation who would never be caught dead losing a glass stiletto in the middle of a recession and for whom love at […]
Andrew Long gently guides us through the story of Charlotte, softly introducing each character with a distinctive quality, making it easier for the viewer to discern who was talking to whom.
The cast as a whole seemed to be having a good time on stage, with nothing to be taken too seriously. Don’t come to the show expecting any kind of solid plot line or structure cause you won’t find it in Scapino! cause anything goes!
In theatre, as in life, one cannot prepare for every single possible contingency. Things happen that catch us off guard, and that is the way it goes. But there are certain common things that can happen to an actor which may be minor in and of themselves, but wreak havoc on a performance. Ergo being […]
Dominion director Matthew Randall’s show is not subtle. But it is punchy. The show’s tone is raucous ridicule.
While many think of Shakespeare when they hear of a devious fairy, a metamorphosis, and mismatched lovers, Osbourn High School’s whimsical production of Carlo Gozzi’s 18th century play, King Stag, told a very different story.