This is an ambitious production to take on, particularly with a large, younger cast, and features several upbeat musical numbers.
Archive for March, 2012
Overall, Duke Ellington’s production was well executed and deeply moving. The minimalist sets and costumes let the actors tell the story, which they did with energy and enthusiasm.
Unlike the heroine of the play, the audience left wishing they could stay a little longer in the enchanting world of Oz, thanks to Wootton High School’s bewitching production.
Riverside Dinner Theater in Stafford, Virginia, provides a faithful, competent, and often polished reproduction of the 1998 Broadway revival of the Kander and Ebb musical, Cabaret, a show that has always had moments of greatness along with noteworthy flaws.
This Mamet production didn’t disappoint. Plus ca change, c’est la meme chose.
Bowie Community Theatre’s production of Yasmina Reza’s Art, currently playing at the Bowie Playhouse, is an engaging and well-crafted piece of well, “art.”
The jazzmen of Warren Leight’s 1999 Tony-winning play, Side Man, have come to see themselves as the last, dying remnant of a music to which their lives have been passionately, even obsessively, committed.
Here are the openings, closings, and auditions for the week of March 26-April 1, 2012.
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Rasputin is the protagonist of Brother Russia, a new musical that is receiving its premiere production at Signature Theater.