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Musicals 2005 Archives - One4Review

Judy and Me

August 8, 2005 |

Judy and Me is a delightful production of music, words and dance outlining the the life of Judy Garland. French duo Isabelle Georges, for whom Garland was and is an inspiration, and Frederick Steenbrink perform with style, wit and poignancy the … Read More

School Ties

August 8, 2005 |

In 2003 Geoff discovered what he called, a gem of a show, in ‘School Ties’.  This show was devised, choreographed, directed and written by Julian, Jonathan and Angela Kaufman. Having not seen ‘School Ties’ first time round I was … Read More

Fame Game

August 8, 2005 |

In this the day and age of reality TV surely a musical which mixes the best and worst aspects of shows like ‘The X Factor’ and ‘Fame Academy’ should be a good subject for a musical. Such was my … Read More

The Wreckers of Red Rock

August 8, 2005 |

The Wreckers of Red Rock is described as Buffy meets Gilbert and Sullivan in a new Fringe musical! Firstly, I am still awaiting the Buffy references, all I saw was a dark man in a cloak who comes out … Read More


August 8, 2005 |

Doctor Kozak takes orphaned children to the country each year for summer camp, telling them stories and trying to instill in them the difference between right and wrong. War is creeping up all around them, can he protect his … Read More

The Secret Garden

August 8, 2005 |

The Secret Garden has one of the best sets I have seen so far on the fringe. The costumes and direction match the set in their beauty and complexity. The singing and clever use of props should also be … Read More

Yeehad! The Musical

August 8, 2005 |

This is a silly, yet eminently watchable late night musical set in the parking lot of Mr Ree, a Korean American, in downtown LA. Disguised as an A-rab terrorist, Texan multi-millionaire Oil Baron T-Bone Pickens threatens to blow himself … Read More

LHO: Lee Harvey Oswald – The Musical

August 8, 2005 |

The Lee Harvey Oswald story, you know, the guy who allegedly shot JF Kennedy, but as a musical? Well that is how it was done as a three hander aided by lot of audiovisual footage and sound effects. I … Read More

A Slice of Saturday Night

August 8, 2005 |

I can’t understood why this feel good Heather Brothers musical has never really captured the public’s imagination despite numerous attempts. It has good numbers, a funny script and gives scope for audience participation, but it’s never been a massive … Read More