T.C. Williams High School’s cast used their abundant vocal strengths, superb comedic timing, and strong characterization to create an exciting and enjoyable production of The Wiz.
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Every aspect of LTA’s 33 Variations — acting, music, technical theater — exceeded even the high expectations an audience has for the work of a top-tier community theater company.
From the funky Flying Monkeys to the magical witches to the Yellow Brick Road, St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes School’s jovial, fervent production of The Wiz certainly gave audiences much to smile about.
Port City Playhouse (Alexandria, VA) has released their planned 2013-2014 season.
Long-term, structural unemployment in post-industrial America is not the most obvious context for an upbeat musical, but that is the case in The Full Monty, now in a delightful production at the Little Theater of Alexandria. Every facet of the production sparkles.
A classic piece of theater was done justice at Thomas Edison High School, and their rendition made the audience feel “willing guests” at the production.
The dynamic that the cast built was warm and homey, building on traditions and using materials of the well-loved story to create the spectacle we expect.
Overall, Something’s Afoot was entertaining and pleasing to watch.
The current LTA production of Cantorial is efficient as storytelling and poignant when Levin’s story morphs into a spiritual fable.
Aldersgate’s And Then There Were None was a well-timed, well-performed Agatha Christie classic.