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On April 23rd, I saw Richard Eyre’s Mary Poppins at the Orpheum Theatre. I found the set impressive, the acting adequate, and the length unfortunate.
The play opens with a title screen that drops down in front of the stage. It was simple and effective, showing a night sky, skyline, and the title in red. The windows in the houses were translucent, so the blue backlight shone through. A similar charming technique was continued throughout the play using…Continue
Posted on April 26, 2013 at 11:26pm
Kickin’ It Irish, directed by Natalie O’Shea, is a showcase for modern Irish step dancing and traditional Irish music. I saw a performance at Steppingstone Theatre on March 16th (aka St. Paul’s Paddy’s Day, according to the band).
It was very modern treatment of a traditional dance form. One of the opening numbers was 15 year old Liam Slattery Irish dancing to “Harlem Shake”, then breaking into freestyle, naturally. Nearing…Continue
Posted on March 18, 2013 at 9:58pm — 1 Comment
Patrick Henry’s production of Little Shop of Horrors on March 9th was a typical fun high school musical; budget was low, experience scarce, talent untried, and enthusiasm high.
The set was nicely done. The walls around the stage were covered by plants. There was a smooth-working door, and a grid that gave the illusion of a barred window - a device which the cast used to their advantage. Inside the “flower shop” was a desk and a shelf covered in plants. Outside, Skid Row was strewn…
Posted on March 11, 2013 at 11:30pm — 1 Comment
The indie rock band Imagine Dragons’ Night Visions Tour is a visual and auditory spectacle. I attended their sold out show on March 8th at the Varsity Theater, attended mostly by others in their teens and 20s.
After two engaging and unique opening acts who warmed up and excited the audience, the Varsity Theatre was plunged into darkness. A purple blacklight glow slowly rose from behind the band. The light show was a central aspect of their performance, colors flashing in time,…
Posted on March 10, 2013 at 11:30pm — 1 Comment