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I’m conflicted on how to feel about this show. I really like the television show, and it was represented well, but the extras are what turned me away a bit. The whole intro was painfully long, I could’ve used that time to use the bathroom. I feel like it wasn’t about the show at all, it was about making it seem like we were a studio audience. Attempting to make it feel like we were there robbed the actual episode portion.…Continue
As someone with little to no experience with the original television show I Love Lucy I might not expect to like I Love Lucy: Live On Stage very much. However this was not the case. With only one episode of the iconic television program under my belt in preparation for my night at the theater, I found myself enjoying the live show none the less.
I found all the characters accurately translated from the screen to the stage. I felt like I was seeing the same characters on the stage…
I Love Lucy: Live on Stage
With never having seen the show, I was happy to watch two whole episodes live in the State Theatre in Minneapolis, Minnesota on the 20th of January, a Tuesday evening. Of course, the original cast was not fit for the part, but their younger theatrical counterparts were sure up for the job! The show starts off with the host, Maury…Continue
As someone who has not seen much “I Love Lucy”, I did not know exactly what to expect. I knew there would be cute clothes and dorky humor, but the rest was a mystery. The show opened with a welcome from the “TV Host”, presenting to us a “live filming” of shows we would see on our TV's very soon. There were large characters, commercials, and 'camera men' that filmed the show. There was even a “camera magic” explanation of an arm double standing in for Lucy. The show was charming, though not…Continue
TC Daily Planet 5/16Jay Gabler, Front Row Seat,When a movie critic says something my dad doesn't agree with, Dad will grunt. "Those critics see too many movies! They have no idea what the average…Continue
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SpotLight's Critical Review Program gives high school students the opportunity to attend and review touring Broadway productions and SpotLight school productions. Critical Review is part of a larger curriculum that teaches communication skills, and enhances critical thinking and creative response. As part of this program, students receive study guides and press kits before the show, learn from experts including local theatre critics, playwrights and actors who discuss topics from lighting design to choreography, and in some cases, have expanded access to the Broadway touring cast and crew.
This program is funded through the generous support of Fred and Ann Moore.