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Wicked

Posted on April 15, 2017 at 11:00pm 0 Comments

Wicked, a show I've heard called a theatrical phenomenon. Once again, I walked into the Orpheum with no knowledge of the show I was about to see besides the name of one of the songs and the 90% certainty that it was about the Wicked Witch of the West (I did not know, however, that her name was Elphaba until I had been thoroughly confused for some time). Even though I knew so little about Wicked going in, I have heard for years that it is a great show with great music. All it took was the… Continue

Matilda: The Smell of Entertainment

Posted on March 30, 2017 at 10:00pm 0 Comments

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Matilda



Matilda: The Smell of Entertainment



Matilda, the classic Roald Dahl book turned movie turned critically acclaimed musical. I have to say, when I heard I was going to get to see one of my favorite childhood movies as a musical, I was very excited. The first thing I noticed at Matilda was the large amount of children in the audience. There seemed to be an endless amount of kids coming to see this show. I'm not sure exactly how many children were in… Continue

My My, How Can I Resist It?

Posted on February 9, 2017 at 11:55pm 0 Comments

I didn't want to like Mama Mia.







Not only is it an incredibly cheesy play, but I felt as though admitting to enjoying the show would be a major blow to my masculinity. However, even though Mama Mia presented several dislikable qualities, the overall hilarity and charm made it just too lovable. Mama Mia, as most people know, is the story of Sophie (Lizzie Markson) and Dona Sheridan (Betsy Padamonsky). Sophie, Dona's 20 year old daughter, never knew her father, so when she… Continue

The Bodyguard: Sugar and Cheese

Posted on January 13, 2017 at 12:00am 1 Comment

The Bodyguard, in my opinion, walked the fine line between an overly cheesy performance and a great theatrical production. They mainly stayed on the positive side of that line, and when doing so reminded me of many of my favorite aspects of theater. For example, whenever Deborah Cox stepped onstage, I could not draw my attention off her. She was glitzy and gorgeous and had a huge voice that perfectly matched one power ballad after another. On the other hand, there were a few moments here and… Continue

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