- Music Reviews
- September 23, 2020
20th Century in 100 Songs (Louisiana Red Hot Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Christmas Bells By Jones Hope Wooten Directed by Vicky Wicks Breakthrough Theater Winter Park, FL What is it about the south that demands everyone have three first names? Down in little Fayro, Texas, holiday traditions hang by the balance. Hot flashing Honey Raye Futrelle (Michelle Burkett) takes on the Christmas pageant at the “Tabernacle of
Sondheim on Sondheim Music by Steven Sondheim Show Conceived by James Lapine Directed by Dr. Michael Foster Seminole State College Lake Mary, FL If George Gershwin is basic arithmetic, then Steven Sondheim is third year calculus. This retrospective on Sondheim’s career is a specialist’s delight; the tracks and stories spend more time with his misses
Annie Book by Thomas Meehan Music by Charles Strouse Lyrics by Martin Charnin Directed by Steve MacKinnon Starring Lyla Tsiokos, Cami Miller, Schon McCloud Garden Theater Winter Garden, FL The only real difference between this production and one in New York is these tickets cost less, and there’s plenty of free parking. You’ve read the
The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told By Paul Rudnick Directed Ensemble Starring Brett McMahon, Tripp Karrh, Sara Jones, Camila Camilo Footlights Theater Orlando, FL Looking for drama? Backstage at the Footlights is my go-to spot for fraught interpersonal conflicts, but tonight the show did go on. This Paul Rudnick script originally opened the Footlights as
Circle (Don Giovanni Records). Review by James Mann.
A Tav Falco Christmas. Review by Bob Pomeroy.
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A metal patient leaves the asylum and enters a colorful fantasy world in Federico Fellini’s little seen last film.
A Beautiful World (Basin Street). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Who Killed Santa? By Neil Haven Directed by Winnie Wenglewick Dangerous Theater Sanford, FL I didn’t know the guy was even sick, never mind dead. Even the North Pole has its holiday parties, and tonight Santa (Wenglewick) started early. Soon the guests show up: Tiny Tim (Julian Seppala), Rudolph (Lars Carlile), Frosty (Logan Blake), Steve,
It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play Directed by Suzanne O’Donnell Adapted by Joe Landry Starring Duke Lafoon, David Edwards, Natalie Cordone, and Sarah French Orlando Shakespeare Theater Orlando, FL It’s the season for roasting chestnuts, and this is certainly one of them. Shakes last did this script about 4 years ago, and while
Paint A Tank #2: Military Mambo Rokaya Mikhailenko AHHA Dance Presenting at Emotions Dance Studio Casselberry, FL They say you need to “sing loud and stuff” to end the war; but this group prefers to dance it away. Drinks were cheap and the crowd small and mostly theater insiders, but the performance was intriguing. Out
Juntos (Sonic Octopus Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Dancing Out The Door. Review by Carl F Gauze.
Born Yesterday By Garson Kanin Directed by Tony Simotes Starring Jamie-Lyn Markos, Duncan Bahr, and Mark “Gary” Miller Mad Cow Theatre Orlando, FL In politics nothing ever really changes except the names and the hair styles. Tonight, we find ourselves in post war Washington D.C. There’s big money in cleaning up the scrap metal left
Daddy Long Legs Music and Lyrics by Paul Gordon Book by John Caird Based on a novel by Jean Webster Directed by Roy Alan Musical Direction by Chris Leavy Winter Park Playhouse Winter Park, FL This is NOT the Fred Astaire Musical from 1955, nor any of the other six similar sounding listings in IMDB.
A post modern take on the old Frankie and Annette beach movies.
Sense and Sensibility By Kate Hamill Based on a novel by Jane Austen Directed by Marianne DiQuattro Starring Anneliese Moon and Allison Furlong Annie Russell Theater at Rollins College Winter Park, FL The pre-women lib world was so quaint. You either “Had” income or you starved, no woman dare not talk to man without an