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Musicals 2004 Archives - Page 4 of 4 - One4Review

Into The Woods

August 8, 2004 |

I have seen ‘Into the Woods’ performed in several ways but not with such a large cast. Each of the main characters are represented as usual, but we had two Wolves, two Stewards, two Pantomime Horses and a whole … Read More

The Sounds of Plaid 

August 8, 2004 |

This High School adaptation of the musical ‘Forever Plaid’ follows closely the original script. Expanding the character base to include a reasonably large student body and two teachers. The opportunities for the many and varied singing talents and abilities … Read More

Food 4 Thought

August 8, 2004 |

This year NPLS Spectrum Youth Theatre Company present ‘Food 4 Thought’, for the first time they are producing a musical revue show which is entirely self-written. Their past four productions also created for the company have been more of … Read More


August 8, 2004 |

All That! Productions are presenting the World Premier of their self-written jazz based musical at the Fringe this year and it is going down a storm with the afternoon audiences. Set in a rather run down jazz club, the … Read More

Terry Pratchett’s Only You Can Save Mankind

August 8, 2004 |

I haven’t managed to get into reading any Terry Pratchett, therefore ‘Only you can save mankind’ was totally new to me. The premise that a computer game can come to life and link every player on earth was intriguing. … Read More

Four Sets of Lips: A Two-Woman Show

August 8, 2004 |

A two woman Cabaret written and performed by Naava Piatka and Lucy Holstedt cover the subject of womanhood as rarely ever before. From developing Boobs at age 11, through romances, from periods to childbirth, masturbation to Blowjobs and from … Read More

Job the Hip-Hop Musical

August 8, 2004 |

Eli Batalion as MC Able and Jerome Saibil as MC Cain tell us the story of Job Lowe and I quote "It’s the story of Job, allegory of pain". Told in Hip-Hop with a rap intro.    Thankfully they provide … Read More