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Contemporary Ideas Take the Broadway Stage

Karina Karbo-Wright


If you love the modern world, then you will enjoy If/Then. In the recent past, Elizabeth had an important choice in Madison Square Park: either go with her new friend Kate and be called Liz, or with her friend Lucas and go by the name Beth. The rest of the show follows both of the paths that Elizabeth's life could've taken, as Beth or as Liz. Modernized situations and catchy songs illustrate two very different lives, struggles, and obstacles the 21st… Continue

Added by Karina Karbo-Wright on March 11, 2016 at 11:30pm — 1 Comment

Extra Extra: The Ensemble Steals the Show

Karina Karbo-Wright


Extra Extra: The Ensemble Steals the Show

Joey Barreiro as Jack Kelly and Zachary Sayle as Crutchie let the audience know the show has begun with powerful vocals on the first performance of Santa Fe. At first, Jack Kelly's accent wasn't believable but all traces of doubt went away as he sang. Chemistry between the two characters was apparent and their use of the mechanical-like set pulled the audience into 1900's (1889) New York City. Jack… Continue

Added by Karina Karbo-Wright on February 12, 2016 at 12:14am — 2 Comments

Beautiful: I'd be lying if I said it wasn't

The first thing heard is a piano. When the lights come up we are introduced to a simple scene, a piano, a woman, and a beautiful voice. Carole King, portrayed by Abby Mueller, is center stage. As music fills the room it becomes evident that Carole is at the height of her career, singing her original song ‘Beautiful’. Then the magic begins, as the scene changes so does the set, which is simple in theory, a single backdrop with two sliding screens and a number of set pieces…


Added by Alexis Langenfeld on November 20, 2015 at 6:49pm — 3 Comments


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