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Heidi Wiese
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Changed For Good

Posted on April 15, 2017 at 11:19pm 0 Comments

As Broadway’s third highest grossing musical, and ninth longest running show, there was an incredible amount of expectation at the Orpheum Theater as the audience awaited the opening number of Wicked. Since its premier in 2003, the show has received rave reviews along with three Tony Awards, seven Drama Desk Awards, and a Grammy for Best Musical Album, and by the final curtain call, I understood why. Every aspect of the show seemed to mesh together…


The King and I

Posted on March 2, 2017 at 11:07pm 2 Comments

The tour of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King and I that showed at the Orpheum Theater this past Tuesday was a refreshing recreation of a production that has historically relied on stereotyping and exoticization to represent the “Far East”. Director Barlett Shar and the rest of the artistic team used authentic costuming, set design, and dance to represent the culture of Siam in a way that was respectful and honest. Because the show was not bogged…


Life-Sized Dialogue With the Moon Review (Mamma Mia Makeup)

Posted on February 28, 2017 at 10:08am 0 Comments

On February 2-4, Labrador, a new theater group comprised of young artists from the Twin Cities and dedicated to creating new and interesting work, performed their original show A Life-Sized Dialogue with the Moon at the Southern Theater. The show was essentially a show within a show as two best friends, JoJo (Talia Wendlandt) and Charlie (Andrea Omernik), watched the “film” Charlie made for JoJo. The “film” was about two parents, Dark Matter (Dom) and Visible Light (Val) and…



Posted on February 28, 2017 at 9:54am 0 Comments

The new musical The Bodyguard which opened its tour at the Orpheum Theater failed miserably to impress me. Having never seen the film, I was able to see the show for what it really was: a jukebox musical based on a movie with a mediocre plot line and cheap excuses for horror elements. When the show began with a literal “bang” and a strong opening number, I had high hopes for the rest of the show. However, as the show went on, it was inconsistent in its ability to keep my interest. The…


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