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DreamCatcher’s Uneven Into The Woods Thrills And Disappoints
This Into The Woods by DreamCatcher Theatre and Theater Up Close is so heartbreakingly uneven that it may bring Sondheim lovers close to tears. Long stretches are so skillfully and lovingly executed that you want to cheer. Others fail to conquer this difficult work. But the misstep is the high-profile casting of Tituss Burgess in the linchpin role of the Witch.
Posted in Performances, Reviews Tagged April Soroko, Arsht Center, Bruno Vida, Bryan Kaschube, Christina Flores, DreamCatcher Theatre, Elaine Flores, Elizabeth Dimon, Into The Woods, J.J. Caruncho, James Lapine, Jeni Hacker, Justin Fortunato, Justin John Moniz, Kelsey Flynn, Laura Hodos, Laura Turnbull, Magan Dee Yantko, Marina Perez, Matthew Janisse, Natalie Caruncho, Oscar Cheda, Robert Neumeyer, Roland Rusinek, Ron Castonguay, Stephen Sondheim, Theater Up Close, Tituss Burgess, Wayne LeGette Leave a comment