For spectacular, visually arresting technical theater and virtuosic, athletic movement, look no further than Synetic Theater’s production of The Tempest.
Archive for February, 2013
While perhaps not quite as well-known as the “big three” of Pinafore, Pirates, and Mikado, Iolanthe is arguably Gilbert and Sullivan’s most completely satisfying work.
Here are the openings, closings, and auditions for the week of February 25-March 3, 2013.
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This truly original production touched everyone in the audience and assured them that with hope and the support of people who love you, no problem is unconquerable.
While there are often more questions than answers when it comes to the human mind, Westfield’s show made a powerful statement on the importance of humanity, and through excellent performances the message of acceptance was clearly stated.
Although Seymour, Audrey, and others eventually met their demise at the hands of the evil Audrey II, the audience of Dominion High School’s production of Little Shop of Horrors left the theater all the better because of it, having just enjoyed an impressive display of talent and an entertaining evening of musical comedy.
The Olney Theatre Center’s production of Spring Awakening is simultaneously charming and mortifying.
With a combination of poor direction and egregious miscasting, Damascus Theatre Company’s Cabaret lamentably fails to deliver on too many levels to deem worthy of a recommendation.
Taking Flight Theatre’s The Fox On the Fairway had potential and at times some humor, but overall did not live up to the past high standard that they have been known to bring to Loudoun County.