The hologram system the productions used is second to non, the music was all original and epic in scale, and the performers are at the top of their league. They show was incredibly unique and did a great job celebrating the magic of the holidays. While a bigger platform works well for the Cirque type shows, this was an excellent use of the area to display the always-entertaining Cirque show. Plan for magical, high flying, comical, and mystical mixture of talents on the stage at any given time. Borealis a Holiday Cirque features aerialists, jugglers, acrobats, gymnasts, dancers, hand balancers, high wire artists, Russian swing performers,
The play was written, directed, and produced by Don B. Welch and was performed at Wilshire Ebell Theatre. I enjoyed myself for for almost the entire play with very few exceptions. The production had a well put together storyline and was very funny, conveying a true meaning of what God has in store after death for different people. Although, the play was a great success there were a few small adjustments that could have be made to make the show that much better. The play was extremely funny and
By doing this Mackintosh ensures the growth of anticipation for a production of the show in America. When an “exact replica” of the original show is opened on Broadway, Americans who have fallen in love with the cast album will flock to see the show they have listened to. In turn, this boosts the local economy by promoting tourism back into Broadway. However, to further ensure audience building anticipation for the musical, Mackintosh employs the use of “spectacle -- whether it be singing cats, a waif on the barricades, a falling chandelier or, lately, a helicopter landing on stage -- in attracting a thrill-seeking
Yet Harriet was not taught math and science, in fact, she was an illiterate person, but she was smarter than the slave overseers and the masters. Harriet was a heroine; hero, for being such a kind, translucent person. Harriet knew her weaknesses and her strengths, but her strengths hid her weaknesses in the shadows. It was as if nobody knew her weaknesses, but there was one that everyone knew; a serious brain injury. Harriet was not just an ordinary or extraordinary
In fact, when Betty White acted in a drama, fans were surprised by her skill in that genre. Actresses, actors, and ordinary people draw inspiration from the long, influential life of Betty White. She encourages all people to live with passion and use it to achieve goals. The humbleness she has when she receives awards provides inspiration to stay humble. Betty White’s humor encourages all people to live life positively.
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 .
There are so many aspects of this show that I love. As the lights die down, the show immediately grasps the audience in with its surprisingly witty and relatable dialogue from one of the shows main characters, Man in the Chair, played by the fantastic John Ryan Hecimovich. A monologue ensues including one line that pretty much describes my experience watching the performance. “That’s just what this show is, fun.” Here are some words I would use to describe this show: transportive, engaging, vibrant, colorful, necessarily over the top, wildly entertaining, comedic, at times ridiculous, memorable, meaningful, and the list could go on and on. One way that I felt particularly transported was the
Although Rose was always pushing her daughters to get better and strive to be the best they surprisingly could still relate very well to each other. It was presented that Rose had developed this goal to make her daughter a star because of how her life had gone when she was the same age. She was trying to make sure her daughter would get a better opportunity then her as a performer and as a result live a better life. I think that the play was directed very well it never really dragged on and was able to keep me interested to know what was going to happen in the end. I really liked the part where the kids were performing and they time lapsed it and switched in the adults showing the years passing.
Mark Christian Miller was engaging with the audience the entire time. He would make jokes and start up random and short conversations with different people in the audience. You could tell the ensemble loved playing for their audience with every song they performed. The ensemble gave the audience a warm, friendly, and easy going vibe. They made the atmosphere great which made it extremely easy to sit back and enjoy the
Moving on, I was not uncomfortable. In fact, I was more fascinated than scared to be at a prison. In my opinion, everyone makes mistakes and those prisoners are people just like us. Yes, they committed crimes, but being behind bars, there was nothing to be scared of. I wish I could have talked to a prisoner, because I find people’s life stories