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24 hours

Posted on March 15, 2017 at 9:00pm 0 Comments

24 hours, that is all the writers, directors, and actors had to write, cast, direct, practice, and perform 6 original works made that day. On Monday March 13th Minnesota held its first 24 hour play festival. Each person donating their time to raise money for theater education in Minnesota, the money going to scholarships for the theater program at University of Minnesota Duluth and the Hennepin Theater Trust's Spotlight program. The 24 hour plays bring together extraordinary Minnesotans to… Continue

The King and I

Posted on March 2, 2017 at 9:00pm 0 Comments

Rodgers and Hammerstein's The King and I makes an appearance on the Orpheus stage. The Tony winning musical classic is not to miss. The King and I is a classic show filled with plenty of songs you will recognize and love to sing along to. The King and I takes you on a trip to the amazing Siam in a story full of learning, understanding, and love.

The story begins with the schoolteacher, Anna (Laura Michelle Kelly), and her son, Louis (Graham Montgomery), arriving in Siam. To calm Louis'… Continue

Newsies

Posted on February 15, 2017 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

Disney's recent broadway success Newsies has begun its encore tour debut on the silver screen in cinemas around the United States. Audiences loved it on broadway, and their love for the show is reflected in the sold out signs in movie theater box offices around the U.S.

Based off of the 1899 newsboy strike, a band of ragtag orphan newspaper boys go on strike when the Joseph Pulitzer of the New York World raises the price of papers. Jeremy Jordan's Jack Kelly leads the newsies to fight for… Continue

The Bodyflop

Posted on January 13, 2017 at 12:03am 1 Comment

When I sat down in the theater on Tuesday night, I was expecting to see a good musical, but what I got, quite frankly, was a Disney Chanel TV movie converted to the stage. The bodyguard had the feel and quality of a sappy romance story with the sort of over dramatic acting sappy romances are known for, not much of a plot, and not very quality acting as a result. An insubstantial plot however, was only redeemed slightly by the amazing renditions of Whitney Houston's music. The overall quality of… Continue

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