It’s mostly kids putting on the show, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t truly entertaining and a great portal into the feel-good glories of the holiday season.
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“Disenchanted,” is a hilarious and bawdy romp, but it brings a lot more to the table than just that.
Luckily for Kelsey Waldon, being true to herself has never been an issue, and she’s looking forward to sharing her life’s smooth and jagged edges in Washington, D.C. tomorrow evening.
Comedian Candice Guardino aims to show the hilarity in both sides of her own family experience with her one-woman show/musical, “Italian Bred” playing for one night at the State Theatre this weekend.
And then there’s Piff the Magic Dragon, whose crotchety disposition and homely appearance give him an anything-but-magical vibe…until he proves you wrong.
Part of the connections Rose has made in his decades as an East Coaster were from the friends joining him on stage, who have solo careers of their own.
Over five years the team has composed and directed a musical every year for the theatre, “a herculean feat,” Hull exclaimed in her office.
The free community performance is Voce’s way of commemorating its 30th anniversary, and like any milestone year, artistic director Richard Giarusso intends to make it spectacular.
For him, it’s been about finding that balance between live performances and working on songs in the studio — to take the energy from the fans on the road and bring it to the studio, and then use that inertia to create new songs and keep building on his success.
In this spirit, “Alice in Wonderland” isn’t just a performance but a showcase for the Creative Cauldron’s Learning Theater program which is an intensive eight-week children’s theater course for kids ranging from age 7 – 13.