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Something For Everyone: Mamma Mia!

Posted on February 27, 2017 at 1:37pm 0 Comments

Upon entering the Orpheum on Tuesday, the stage was already set in a maritime fashion. As the soon-to-be audience entered, they were free to look out on a stage lit with beige and aqua. This being a clear yet abstract representation of the Greek beaches that make up the setting of Mamma Mia!, the iconic musical each patron was about to experience. Mamma Mia is a story revolving around Sophie Sheridan’s (Lizzie Markson)…


Nostalgia and Not Much Else: The Bodyguard the Musical

Posted on January 13, 2017 at 1:00am 2 Comments

As I arrived at the Orpheum on opening night of The Bodyguard, I was admittedly a bit sleepy. As the show started with a literal bang, I was cured of my lack of energy instantly. Unfortunately, the strong start to the show only foreshadowed a night full of inconsistency.

The Bodyguard is based on a movie of the same title starring Whitney Houston and the entire soundtrack consists of beloved Whitney songs. The show follows a celebrity of Houston-like fame named Rachel Marron (Deborah Cox)… Continue

Fun Home: A Learning Experience

Posted on December 16, 2016 at 7:26am 2 Comments

Opening night of Fun Home at the Orpheum consisted of soaring nights and high flying emotions. Fun Home is based on the true story of Alison Bechdel, a gay comic artist. The musical revolves around Allison’s father’s (Robert Petkoff) life and death and the way Allison copes with it. Fun Home features three actresses playing Bechdel at three different ages: child (Alessandra Baldacchino), teenager (Abby Corrigan), and adult (Kate Shindle). While the book and music are written incredibly, this… Continue

A Night-Time of Polish and Production

Posted on December 2, 2016 at 1:52am 2 Comments

Opening night of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time was a night of intricate complexities and attention to detail. The show follows the investigation of a beloved neighbor’s pet’s death, as led by an autistic 15 year old boy named Christopher (Adam Langdon). The audience is presented the story through both Christopher’s mind’s inner workings and the book he is writing about his investigation. As Christopher shares his novel with his…


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