Review Summary Average Rating: The acting was amazing but dragged on a bit at the beginning.
Brimming big time fun, the audience is reeled into a compelling story that includes Judy, Liza, and a boy from Down Under finally finding his one true love in another boy named Greg. The choreography designed by Kevin Hammond immediately makes its mark and continues to win applause and approval throughout the rest of the show.
His dancing with high, long-legged kicks and moves that are smooth and sexy is often dazzling — whether if he is on stage alone, in duets, or with a full cast. While his initial softly sung number really works, unfortunately Mr.
This becomes quite a problem in many numbers as the onstage, musical ensemble of three instruments drowns out the lyrics being sung including those at times sung by the full ensemble. Ramm brings to her Judy; but she is convincing as the woman who falls for this excessively exuberant Peter with his wandering eyes toward cute men.
Walker sings with vocals pleasing and attractive but also not strong enough at times to win the battle with the background ensemble. Lopez out-performs the efforts of Mr. Genna in the needed volume and ability to stay on key to ensure a total win. If the sound imbalance problems can be solved and the starring lead given some amplification help when he sings, the result could be a sure-fire winner.
Tickets are available at www.Dec 03, · The Woman in Black, Fortune Theatre – Review Author: Brian Penn in Drama, Reviews, West End 3 December 0 1, Views Pros: A perfect venue dripping with atmosphere and an eerie sense of expectation%.
The Woman in Black Review Upon the arrival in London my anticipation was high.
My first impression of the Fortune Theatre was; it was a very old Victorian building, very small and slightly ragged. Upon entering it felt very cramped and made you feel claustrophobic.
She is a company member of ion theatre company and also a member of San Diego Writer's Ink. Yolanda is an advocate of plays about the African-American experience. Her work on plays by August Wilson, Ifa Bayeza, Ntozake Shange and Michael Henry Brown has led her to the collaboration on this One-woman show.
Browse November theatrical release dates for all upcoming movies and films. Comfort I always find is very good at The National Theatre, the view however is a problem.
Depending on how tall the person is in front of you, you could potentially have a restricted view and miss around 1/4 of the stage at all times. All reviews fortune theatre ghost story sound effects minimal props special effects small theatre jump scares excellent play great actors west end story line upper circle cast members dress The woman on the row behind us screamed loud enough to make half the theatre jump and the other half burst out laughing.
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