Character bios were listed for every single cast member and all the crew members were listed in the program as well. WSU’s production of The Light in the Piazza was truly an amazing performance. The set, the acting, and the lighting were the three things that stood out the most to me during the performance. The set was very minimal yet it worked very well. The painted set pieces flowed off and on stage very smoothly during transitions.
Also, they try to connect with the audiences while they sing. They have a lot of skills that made them good actors and actresses, such as when they sing and act orderly in the same time. There acting made the play very funny and good In conclusion, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson play was very enthusiastic, and it was totally worth seeing it. Music has the most important role in the play, and how it touched the audiences' feelings. The stage size was very helpful to make the actors and the actresses move easily.
The story was fit the timeline very well and created some great tension in the movie, such as when the captain was to be drafted for the German Navy for World War II. It was very exciting seeing events unfold one by one. All-in-all, the movie was very well done. The music was catchy and went along perfectly with the various themes and occurrences in the film, the story line had a good theme and plot, the timeline in which the events took place created drama and excitement for me personally, and the actors and actresses performed astoundingly. I'd have to say that one of my personal favorite parts besides "Edelweiss" was the performance and singing of "Do-Re-Mi."
It’s not difficult to miss that they grow throughout this installment. Krista and Becca excellently write a bunch of characters who are fully fleshed, authentic, and have depth. You couldn’t help but root them. One of the many reasons I love the Addicted Series is the beautiful relationship of the Calloway sisters and the ‘Ryke x Lo’ bromance. It was so entertaining to read, especially the witty, great banter between the characters.
Ethel Merman Ethel Merman was an actress and singer known for her many theatrical performances, especially her role as Rose in Gypsy. I reviewed a performance in which she sang Some People from Gypsy and had several duets with Fred Astaire. This was a quick and comedic performance, that was quite enjoyable to review. I believe that Ethel Merman was a true star shown in her volume, use of air, unique tone quality, posture, diction, and range that all strive towards the typical broadway bold and strong performance. Ethel Merman’s voice could be described as big, broad, and bright.
Shirley Temple Shirley Temple was a light to America during one of the country’s darkest times. She was everyone’s favorite little actress, singer, and dancer. From childhood to a grown woman, she has impacted others in a way like no other with her various talents and wonderful personality. It is a wonder to think what this captivating little actress could not do. Shirley Temple’s performance in The Little Princess showed hope and determination for America.
Samantha, your review is amazing, you felt the main note an idea from the movie and also were able to describe exactly to the point all characters and what they express and convey to the viewer. I really like how settled and condense your review was in the same time covering enormous specter of social and moral topics. I could not agree more with you about the exceptional perfection of the character of Dr. John Pritchett, played by Sydney Poitier. He was SO PERFECT that for me felt just implausible. Imagine what are the odds for young lady to went to vacation and just like thunder from the sky to stumble on such perfect character? You are a women I 'm certain you understand very well this is not too real or at least does not sound as one.
The musical biopic is a style of film that has never faded away. Audiences never tire of hearing the stories of the actors and performers that they grew up listening to and watching, and whether those performers are portrayed by other actors or by themselves, something about the dramatization and magnification of their stories draws the viewer in a powerful way. These movies still carry the glitz and glamour of a fictional Hollywood musical, but the fact that the stories behind them are so concrete, so memorable, and so fascinating is what makes them stand out from a more untrue set of events. Judy Garland is one of the most revered Hollywood stars, so it is only fitting that one of the earliest musical biopics was hers. Unlike some later
The theatre director asked me if I was ready, started the track and I sang. I actually sang. I was filled with pride and satisfaction that I put myself out there that much. Little did I know I did well enough to land myself the part of Miss Hannigan. I had never had as much fun as I did at the rehearsals and the production.
Working on WCTH was such a fun experience for me--wearing all those beautiful dresses and seeing Hope Valley. You can really step back in time and feel like you are really living in that era. And the actors on that show are amazing and so kind. Erin (Krakow) was always looking out for me and giving me positive feedback. And she 's so funny .
Staying in the same spots, made the piece feel impersonal and slightly robotic. The choreography of the dance was good, but I felt as though it was anticlimactic. The only real climax was when Ms. Mamala entered. However, everyone had a wonderful stage face and gave the dance a happy energetic feeling. I thought of it as a piece that showcased fun.
The moment the ensemble started playing, my boyfriend and I were instantly drawn into the music. I was surprised to find myself enjoying the music as much as I did. The group came together so perfect, it was like they were meant to be playing together. Each member had a solo and I have to say that every one of them nailed their part. The vocalist, Mark Christian Miller, had a soothing, calm, yet extremely powerful voice.
Eventually things really work out and there are four weddings in the end, including the original bride and groom. Now I am biased because for one I was in this show, and two because I really love the show. However, as a cast I think we did very well in the aspects of theater. First off, our acting was over the top as it should be because the show its self is over the top. Now obviously singing sounds different to the audience, but from where I was I thought we sounded really good.
From the moment the audaciously charismatic Rosemary LeVeaux paraded into what was then Coal Valley, I was fully enamored with the actress who created such a polarizing character. It seemed that either you liked Rosie, or you hated her; there was no in-between. As Pascale Hutton has continued with the cast, we have begun to witness the transformation of Rosemary, and from season two onward, I have declared Rosemary and Lee my most treasured couple. Pascale is truly one of my favorite actresses, and I was privileged to chat with her recently, and for me, it was a dream come true. (You should have heard the emotion and excitement that permeated my voice!)