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Archive for February, 2010
This hour long children’s show was a joy to watch.
Director Craig Pettinati has put together an energetic, young cast. The large cast meshed together well and sang the songs passionately.
Director Steven Carpenter gives a professional show that is both endearing and intense with excellent scenes and interpretation. Mauritius is perfect for the suspense-seeking theatergoer.
Roman Gusso as shock jock Barry Champlain was at his best when he was walking, or rather storming, around the stage while listening to a caller, but unfortunately he was tied to his seat for most of the show, draining energy.
The hand jive, the drive in, pajama parties, and summer lovin’! Dominion High School created a throw back to the 1950’s in their rendition of the widely known musical Grease.
Although some actors had trouble fully connecting with their characters, The Madeira School’s Little Women was truly delightful!
If anything, Episcopal High School’s production of the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee spells out one thing: P-H-E-N-O-M-E-N-A-L.
Sweeney Todd has throat cut!
Too many actors try to perform, both on stage and off of it, in a bubble. They don’t choose to interact with their fellow cast members, nor do the invest much in the venue in which they appear. Only their own ego and image are maintained within their head, and whatever lies outside of it […]