There was not a single weak link in the ensemble and their group numbers such as “Revolting Children”, “Miracle” and “When I Grow Up” are splendid and powerful with strong dancing/acrobatics and singing.
This year I will be using the challenge to share about my favourite musicals and plays from A to Z. I reckon some letters will be tough to come by but I will get creative (hehe). I hope you will enjoy tagging along on this journey with me and will hopefully learn something new and/or be able to share something new with me!
Adam Trent’s goal is to get people laughing harder than they ever thought possible at a magic show and feeling different as they leave.
Alexis Juliano learned more about rhythm and how to use different time signatures thanks to the tour of STOMP.
Will Reynolds (Frank Churchill) has the most beautiful duet of the show (“Home”) and my complaint once again is that it was way too short.
Cheers to Suzanne Tobin for directing this lovable production of The Little Prince in a simple yet effective manner without taking the material too seriously
Director Zimmerman is hopeful that the tragedy of Anne Frank and The Holocaust can reach a whole new audience, but can also be used to educate. “This show is being done out of honor and love for her story. As a Jew, I would never demean her story but I think it is also extremely important because…
Jill-Christine Wiley was born to play Maria Rainer! She makes Maria her own with a fresh, charismatic, charming, vibrant and loving rendition. And it was very smart of her not to try to copy Julie Andrews vocally and thanks to the changed (for the better) tempo of the music you can listen to everything with fresh ears.
Did you know you can see James Earl Jones and Angela Lansbury in DRIVING MISS DAISY on Amazon Video?