Tag Archives: Charles South
Wick’s West Side Story Is Adequate But Not Transcendent
There is nothing especially wrong with The Wick Theatre’s riff on West Side Story, But if you’ve seen other productions, by comparison, the modestly entertaining result is competent but rarely reaches those emotional peaks that the work is proven capable of.
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.
Posted in Performances, Reviews Tagged Alix Paige, Amelia Millar, Charles South, Jason Pyle, Kelly Shook, Lindsay Bell, Michael Ursua, Paul Reekie, Phillip Attmore, Sean McClelland, Swing, The Wick Theatre 1 Comment