If you think a musical comprised of hit 70s songs does not sound comparable to the fine art that is middle school theatrics, you would be wrong. We Will Rock You and stereotypical middle school plays and musicals have a lot in common. Like, a lot a lot.
The first thing you can expect at any middle school performance is to get a lot of cheap jokes. Though the jokes in We Will Rock You were certainly more sexualized in nature, it was very much the…Continue
Today’s review comes to you in 3 acts. Act one, dance and radio: two creative acts that should not go together but totally work. Act two, three spectacular performers in three very different acts onstage. And finally, act three, how interactive technical aspects elevated the experience just that much more.
We start in act one.
**TRIGGER WARNING BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD SO MUCH BLOOD**
Hi ya’ll, so as you know, I am from the South. I love all kinds of coke, and saying ya’ll. I also want to be an artistic director for musicals on Broadway. I have a lot of opinions.
But we all have to start somewhere and I’m starting here. I’m starting as the Intern in the Artistic department with MMT. Minneapolis Musical Theater was super cool to hire…Continue
Hey all, welcome to my blog, where I talk about all things WICKED. Well, it's been a loooooong tour, and I still haven't gone onstage ONCE.
What's that? You don't even know who I am? I'm Zoe Makila. And I'm an Elphaba standby.
What does that mean? Well. It means I have to be in full costume, hair, and makeup every show just in case Alison Luff throws up, or breaks her arm in the middle of the show. I'm not an understudy, I don't get to go on if we know she won't be…Continue