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Mamma "Meh"a

Posted on February 10, 2017 at 4:26pm 1 Comment

  Mamma Mia at the orpheum theater was, quite frankly, a disappointment. The plot and story was amazing, and it’s quite easy to see why it’s a classic. In this story, based off of ABBA songs, a young girl prepares for her wedding and after reading her mother's diary and finding three men that could possibly be her father. Wanting someone to walk her down the aisle, she invites all three to her wedding. The execution of this show, however, was quite…


It started with a bang

Posted on January 12, 2017 at 10:07pm 2 Comments

The Bodyguard started with a bang and ended with a…. Dance number. The drama was beautiful but at some points, unnecessary. With the screens and tech you were suddenly swept into a mystery-romance-comedy and away from the 1920’s architecture of the Orpheum.

The set was beautifully designed by Tim Hatley, with the mid-2010 house design, mixing with the tech details by Duncan Mclean. It was definitely a “Lights, Camera, Action!” moment when the curtain parted after the first scene and…


Behind the doors of a house on Maple Avenue

Posted on December 15, 2016 at 11:08pm 2 Comments

Fun home is truly a a modern show for the whole family. It has upbeat songs with choreographed dances and lights, as well as slow, serious moments, a beautiful contrast. Walking into the theater not knowing what it's about, you think it's a historical play about gay rights, with the Victorian-style furniture and the "Gay Union" sign. Once the play starts you see just how completely wrong you are. It's just a story about a girl, who happens to be a lesbian, and her family, mainly dad, who just… Continue

Glimpse into another's mind

Posted on December 4, 2016 at 9:52pm 0 Comments

The curious incident of the dog in the nighttime, is a sensory overload that gives us a brief glimpse into the life of a teenager with autism. The cast and crew brought a tech heavy show that they somehow managed to pair with the classic look of the Orpheum. The play is not what one would expect after reading the book but embodies it very well, adding a new touch to the award winning book, making it an award winning play as well.

The first act opened with bright lights, loud music… Continue

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