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I didn’t want to like Wicked. I really didn’t. Those theatre kids who love Wicked are always grouped together as a stereotype that I did not want to be associated. However, I now know why Wicked is spoken so highly of. Every aspect of the production flowed together to create something powerful and beautiful. Having never seen the show before, I was expecting a cookie-cutter-copy of what I’ve heard…Continue
Every story told is geared toward a certain audience, whether that be children or adults, however very few successfully target them all. Matilda the Musical is one of the exceptions. The touching story of a young girl’s abusive upbringing combined with the catchy music and incredible choreography by Peter Darling makes this a captivating show for any age.
From the moment I entered the theatre, I was immediately drawn…Continue
Roger’s and Hammerstein’s “The King and I”, set in the 1860s, follows Anna Leonowens on her new life in Siam as a school teacher to the King’s children. She serves as a mother figure and worldly advisor for the children and people of the kingdom who are naive to the King’s false teachings of the world.
Unproudly, I hardly know any classical musicals so I went into this relatively unfamiliar, knowing only what I had learned from rehearsal videos…Continue
In my opinion, there are three substantial “musts” for any good show- strong tech, strong energy, and a strong leading role. Unfortunately, Mama Mia lacked all three. From the moment Sophie Sheridan, played by Lizzie Markson, entered the stage and began to sing, I was immediately disappointed by the casting choice. I give Markson credit for maintaining Sophie’s youthful spunk and naiveness, her over-acting made Sophie unlikeable from the…Continue