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The King and I: Is it over yet?

Posted on March 7, 2017 at 12:21am 0 Comments

If I had brought my father along to "The King and I", I can guarantee he would be asleep within the first 10 minutes of this production. I found myself turning to a friend next to me and asking, "How soon is intermission?", something incredibly unusual for someone as appreciative of theatre as me. An incredibly slow moving plot with little advancement in one story, serious lack of flow, and questionably applied connotations to assimilation mixed with a three hour performance was… Continue

Mama Mia: An Inconsistent but Redeemable Production

Posted on February 10, 2017 at 8:30am 1 Comment

I sat in the velvet seat with high expectations. "Mama Mia!" has been produced well as a play in the past and is a movie I love. I had my figures crossed that those expectations would be met. The performance of "Mama Mia!" at the Orpheum on February 7th, 2017 had strong elements of humor and conveyed the enjoyable story- but was highly inconsistent in terms of vocal performance and choreography.

This production of "Mama Mia!" is best described as a "hit and miss" production. The set… Continue

The Bodyguard: Murderer vs. Superstar

Posted on January 19, 2017 at 4:56pm 1 Comment

"The Bodyguard" follows the life of superstar Rachel Marron (Deborah Cox) as a murderer who is in love plots her death (Bradford Rahmlow). A bodyguard is hired for for her protection (Judson Mills), whom she promptly falls in love with. Based off of the 1992 movie with Whitney Houston, the show had big shoes to fill. The performance of "The Bodyguard" at the Orpheum captured the intensity of plot and the magic of Whitney Houston's music. The excellent voices and eerie technical elements created… Continue

The Only Fun Funeral Home

Posted on December 16, 2016 at 12:30am 1 Comment

I do not associate funeral homes with fun. I also wouldn't expect a show to be titled "Fun Home" and have dark elements. Funeral homes associated with death, a topic that heavily contrasts with the word "fun". The 2016 production at the Orpheum made the unexpected work. Through humor and impeccable acting and voice, "Fun Home" took the challenging topic of the fluidity of sexuality and the tragic subject of suicide and made it an incredibly entertaining performance.

The "Fun" Home is… Continue

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