The players of Herndon High School presented a charming and vivacious version of this classic story where, in a society of dancing, curtseys and pretensions, finding love means seeing past first impressions and overcoming one’s own self-regard.
Archive for April, 2012
Stone Bridge High School produced a sparkling show that had the audience rolling in their seats and smiling long after the curtain had closed on the finale.
Freedom High School tackled the musical beast that is Phantom with fervor, performing a spectacular production.
Heritage High School took a show which has not been done many times by high schools, with high standards set by a movie, and delivered a high quality, interesting show.
With a rehearsal period of only about six weeks, Fairfax High School faced a beastly task head-on, and has brought to life a darkly Victorian tale of murder, mayhem, and lost love that chills to the core.
Great talent in both the performance and technical factors made for a supreme show. Crazy for You made the audience go crazy for Westfield High School!
A pleasure from start to finish, Paul VI Catholic High School’s production of Hello, Dolly! fully embodied what viewers love theatrical productions to be.
The Puppet Company is celebrating the National Day of Puppetry with five performances! There are events for every member of the family.
Your unambitious reviewer recommends this show and warrants that, if nothing else, the worth of the ticket price to this show is bound up in the relief at not having to clean up the mess on stage at the end of this very funny play.