A well-cast, well-executed, up-beat, high energy performance to be enjoyed by both the sixth-grader as well as the sixth-grader at heart.
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Big River at the Greenbelt Arts Center is a good illustration of the proposition that community theater can be very good theater, and that an intelligently conceived community production that its participants care about can have a quality result.
All in all, Suitland’s opening morning performance had a few bumps, but Little Shop of Horrors was still a fun show to experience.
Wootton’s production of Ragtime was full of emotional journeys, exhilarating personalities, and impressive technicalities.
Silver Spring Stage has presented Morgan’s script with intelligence and humor, but without adornment.
While Pride and Prejudice was not entirely consistent, this young company has created an enjoyable production full of burgeoning romance. While the evening is not entirely smooth, the road to true love never is.
Schoolhouse Rock Live! is a great show, well performed that brings back memories for the kids of the 70′s, and excitement for the next generation of learners that learning can be fun.
Cuckoo’s Nest is a chiefly dramatic play that includes comedic elements, and the Northwood cast balanced both aspects admirably.
Don’t Dress For Dinner is a fun farce that lets the laughter (and confusion) run rampant for two hours.
In a story brimming with adolescent angst, love, and rebellion, Albert Einstein High School created a retro, rock-and-roll riot that left audiences with the urge to get up and jive.