Anyone who at all likes theatre should see this production. It is all about life in the theatre and the passion that most people involved in theatre possess. It is a great production. The performances of the young ladies and gentlemen of The Conservatory are great and the set is stunning as are all of the other technical aspects of the production, also all done by ladies and gentlemen of The Conservatory
It was interesting, but it seemed to only scratch the surface. No mention of accomplished graduates, etc. I think it could have been much better if it had been an hour long instead of only half an hour.
Fantastic! It was hard to believe these actors/actresses were students, the dances, songs, interpretations were so authentic, we sat on the edge of our seats. My granddaughter and friend, (10 year olds) were enthralled. I delighted in the songs and shared my enthusiasm when I walked out the door singing, "Someone out there loves me Warts and All" It left us all in a festive mood. Even the contemporary focus on dealling with bullies and kidnappers, was tastefull done not overdone, but suitable to children's audience. Can't say enough good about the Theatre group at Webster Fantastic!!!
It was excellent. Sarah Harman was phenomenal. She was on stage for almost the entire production and went through more costume changes than I can remember in any other show--most of them right on stage. The rest of the cast was also very good.
John Quinones was entertaining friendly and informative.
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