A lively show well done. It uses song and dance to make a statement that everyone is beautiful. No matter what their size.
Archive for July, 2011
The combination of fascinating design and production elements with strong, sincere acting made this an entertaining evening. Now if only the story was not quite so creepy and confusing.
Mike talks with Director Pam Freedy about the Wildwood Summer Theatre’s production of City of Angels.
With activities for the Civil War’s Sesquicentennial beginning, All For the Union is a welcome addition to stories of that time in our nation’s history.
MCP’s Joseph was a really fun, upbeat lively production with lots of energy and dancing at the Alden Theatre.
If I received a letter one day bestowing upon me the power to dictate the rules for all actors to follow while off stage of the local theatres around the earth, I’d have Five Cardinal Rules for backstage already prepared for decree.
Other than the 9/11 references, Birds of a Feather was a great production.
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Now and then a group of actors will take the Titus challenge: Let’s see if we can pump some life into this corpse-strewn slasher drama.