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There is something wicked in the Land of Oz, and it’s not who you would expect. Elphaba (Jessica Vosk), despite her rare talent, has spent her entire life an outcast due to the color of her emerald green skin. When she forms an unexpected friendship with the popular blonde, Glinda (Ginna Claire Mason), Elphaba feels hopeful that she will begin to fit in. For the first time ever things seem to be going her way, until one of them is declared good and the other, well, wicked.
With a plot-line as slow moving as The King and I, the performance and technical aspects need to be astounding to balance out and put on a good show. Sadly, the current version of this classic production is mediocre at best. Ambassador Theater Group’s production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King and I follows the life of Anna Leonowens (Laura Michelle Kelly), an ambitious school teacher as she travels to 1860’s Siam to…Continue
Mamma Mia! is not the eighth longest running show on Broadway without good reason. The story of a woman’s search to discover who her father is in time for the big wedding pulls viewers in with music by ABBA, they stay for the humor and strong connections with the story’s characters. An otherwise stunning production of Mamma Mia! at the Orpheum Theater let down by Lizzie Markson’s performance.…Continue
Alexander Dinelaris’ production of The Bodyguard began in London, and is based on the Warner Bros. screenplay by Lawrence Kasdan (1992). The story follows Rachel Marron (Deborah Cox) on her journey as a superstar. When Marron’s management team finds a fan letter that threatens her life, former Secret Service agent Frank Farmer (Judson Mills) is brought in to protect Marron and her son. An unexpected love story unfolds as the two realize that to be…Continue