Tag Archives: Amelia Millar

Wick’s Take On I Love A Piano Is How To Do A Musical Revue

Not everyone is a fan of musical revues, but if you’re going to mount I Love A Piano, that justifiably popular evergreen staple of regional theaters over the past decade or so, this is the way to do it.

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Forum’s Funny Bone Missing In The Wick’s Vaudevillian Farce

The Wick Theatre’s production of A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum benefits from Stephen Sondheims’s score and lyrics, but the cast and director need to inject more vaudevillian humor to overcome the material’s inherent sexism,

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Wick’s Swing Is A High-Flying Enthusiastic Celebration Of Big Band Era’s Music And Dance

Bodies seem to fly through the air and end up in a plethora of entwined positions worthy of a terpsichorean Kama Sutra in The Wick Theatre’s thrilling musical revue Swing. Indulge yourself in one of the most energetic and uniformly talented dance corps we’ve seen here in many a year.

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