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The King and I etc, etc, etc

Posted on March 12, 2017 at 5:30pm 1 Comment

I was looking forward to this show because I had watched the movie in middle school and I was sitting next to someone who loved the show. For what the story was, I thought the show was good but it did not blow me away. It did follow the story of the movie very closely but, the show seemed to drag on and the songs did not give the actors the opportunity to show their range. The set pieces were elaborate and I love the background lighting but the spotlights were not my favorite. Overall, I'm glad… Continue

Honey, Honey, Mamma Mia was Amazing!

Posted on February 17, 2017 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

People crowded that theatre, switching spots to find the best seat in the house and now I understand why. I had seen the movie and heard great things about the show, but I was not prepared for the amazing performance I saw. The famous production of Mamma Mia was a hilarious, heart warming musical with, of course, great ABBA music. The story of Mamma Mia is not new to me and I had high expectations going in to the show, and it lived up to them.

Although Betsy Padamonsky, who played Donna… Continue

Come to the Fun Home!

Posted on December 16, 2016 at 4:30pm 2 Comments

The Tony Award-winning musical Fun Home, made me laugh, cry, smile, and in the end, stand up and cheer. The story of Alison and her father Bruce's relationship along with their own realizations and sexualities went from a graphic novel to an award-winning musical. The musical numbers were both dazzling and moving. Caption: Don't miss this show!

Alison's story, played by Alessandra Baldacchino, Abby Corrigan, and Kate Shindle, was emotional and made me laugh. Middle-aged Alison, played by… Continue

I Never Lie, I Always Tell the Truth

Posted on December 1, 2016 at 11:08pm 2 Comments

There were few moments of silence during, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, as loud music played and lights flashed. The set and ensemble made it feel like I was in a black box theatre, but it was taken to a new level. The magic from the lights and music were met with incredible acting and stunning lifts. The actors seemed to embody the characters as 15 year-old Christopher went on to investigate the murder of his neighbor's dog, but ends up discovering his mother and his own… Continue

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