Tag Archives: Barbara Flaten
Joseph’s Return Visit (Again) Benefits from Imaginative, Irreverent Tone At Playhouse
Frequent theatergoers approach productions of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat with fatigue. So it’s heartening to report that the latest edition by Actors Playhouse is a playful and imaginative riff that will entertain audiences who haven’t seen the Andrew Lloyd Webber-Tim Rice musical in a while
Actors Playhouse Joy-Filled Hairspray Crippled By Sound Quality
The tragedy of this lavish, ebullient production of Hairspray is how the muddy, uneven, out of balance, sloppy sound on opening night fatally sabotaged the energy, enthusiasm, theatrical skill and money that the cast, musicians, designers and producers invested into this perfect match of material to a company known for mainstream musicals.
David Arisco Find His Feminine Side (Sort Of) As Edna Turnblad in Actors Playhouse’s Hairspray
A look in words and photos of David Arisco trying on Edna Turnblad’s clothes in a fitting before Actors’ Playhouse’s production of Hairspray.