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The Music Does Make Some Enchanted Evening At The Wick’s South Pacific
In the end, the success of the Wick Theater’s South Pacific is something so obvious and simple: It’s the music, the glorious Rodgers and Hammerstein score and lyrics delivered by a talented and skilled corps of actors who plunge us into unadulterated but adult romance.
Posted in Performances, Reviews Tagged Alexander Zenoz, Daniel Font-Wilets., Elizabeth Morgan, Elizabeth Sackett, Eric O'Keefe, Jacob Titterington, Jen Chia, Joshua Conner, Kelly Ziegler, Marc Koeck, Meredith Bartmon, Michael Friedman, Michael Iannucci, Michael Ursua, Nat Chandler, Norb Joerder, Patrick A. Wilkinson, Rich Hvizdak, Samantha Leibowitz, South Pacific, The Wick Theatre 2 Comments
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,
Posted in Performances, Reviews Tagged A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Alexa Baray, Amelia Millar, Angela Morando-Taylor, Christopher Brand, David Setteducati, Elizabeth Morgan, Eriak Amato, Jim Ballard, Kelly Zieglar, Ken Jennings, Lauren Kay, Michael Scott, Michael Ursua, Ronen Bay, Samantha Leibowitz, Stephen Sondheim, The Wick Theatre, Troy Stanley, Wesley Slade Leave a comment