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Archive for November, 2012

W.T.Woodson High School Bye, Bye, Birdie

By • Nov 29th, 2012 • Category: Cappies, Virginia

Although there were a few makeup issues, some sound errors, and stage crew blips, Woodson put on a fun and entertaining production of Bye, Bye, Birdie, lighting up the faces of every person in the room with well-timed jokes and fainting fan girls galore.

Woodrow Wilson High School Guys and Dolls

By • Nov 29th, 2012 • Category: Cappies, Virginia, Washington DC

Despite a few mic and enunciation problems, both the cast and crew put forth very good effort and carried on a thoroughly enjoyable production of Guys and Dolls.

Bishop Ireton High School Something’s Afoot

By • Nov 29th, 2012 • Category: Cappies, Virginia

Overall, Something’s Afoot was entertaining and pleasing to watch.

George Mason High School Xanadu

By • Nov 29th, 2012 • Category: Cappies, Virginia

The performers and technicians at George Mason High School demonstrated not only their broad base of skill, but a willingness to adapt to a theatrical piece style, with a delightful production of Xanadu that did just what the story requires–not taking itself too seriously.

Spotlighters Theatre Mame

By • Nov 28th, 2012 • Category: Maryland, Reviews

This production had many good details combined with some overlooked details that made for a decent, but not spectacular, production.

Adventure Theatre MTC A Little House Christmas

By • Nov 21st, 2012 • Category: Reviews

Adventure Theatre MTC’s A Little House Christmas was a delightful story looking at a simpler, more challenging, and still happier time. Treat yourself and your children to this show this Christmas season.

Potomac Theatre Company My Fair Lady

By • Nov 21st, 2012 • Category: Reviews

Potomac Theatre Company’s My Fair Lady had a few technical issues in this performance, but there was still magic in the actor’s performance.

Virginia Rep Theatre The Producers

By • Nov 20th, 2012 • Category: Reviews

The entire staff should be proud of this production of The Producers. Catch it before you have to pay a lot more to see Marks and Wichmann on Broadway.

Richmond Triangle Players Howard Crabtree’s Whoop-Dee-Doo!

By • Nov 19th, 2012 • Category: Reviews

The title of the final number, “Less Is More” however, really summed it up. Sometimes, keeping a show simple can leave the audience wanting more.

Arena Stage My Fair Lady

By • Nov 16th, 2012 • Category: Reviews, Washington DC

Overall, the show shone out as a piece of great entertainment. Truly, however, as great entertainment often does, it forced one to think.