Tag Archives: Shalia Sakona
Four Decades On, Evita Still Resounds With Relevance
So when the political player at the center of a 1978 musical is a conscienceless, ambitious, charismatic and manipulative “populist” with a media background, 2022 audiences should be forgiven for hearing deafening echoes in Evita at PPTOPA
Sorry, Can’t Resist: PPTOPA’s Gleeful ‘Something Rotten’ Isn’t
You don’t have to know that Sondheim and Webber share the same birthday to adore the broad send-up of musical comedy tropes melded with an equally wicked spoof of Shakespeare in PPTOPA’s Something Rotten — which isn’t.
Marquee’s Millie Is Blessed With Those Classic Broadway Voices
Marquee Theater Company is still an evolving troupe. but it’s a shame that this production of Thoroughly Modern Millie isn’t Carbonell Award eligible – many elements would have given other companies a run for their money at next winter’s deliberations.
PPTOPA Aims To Win Added Respect with Massive Les Miz
Pembroke Pines Theatre of the Performing Arts is laboring to make its massive and expensive production of the epic Les Miserables a rebuke to silence those who dismiss community theater sight unseen.