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Musicals 2005 Archives - Page 4 of 4 - One4Review

Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Gondoliers: County USA

August 8, 2005 |

After a short absence the HWS Rembiko Project are back at the Fringe with a full programme of shows. The largest production in the repertoire is The Gondoliers of County USA.  One of the best ensemble groups I get … Read More

Mikey The Pikey

August 8, 2005 |

Born under a skip in a dark alleyway Mikey has little or no hope in life. With various younger siblings all of different parentage he can be seen as one of life’s losers. Living in one of the massive … Read More

Starting Here, Starting Now

August 8, 2005 |

We have enjoyed watching Deep Blue theatre over the last few Fringes with such shows as Chess, A Chorus Line, Guys and Dolls and Cabaret so I must admit I was really looking forward to seeing them in this … Read More

The Gigli Concert

August 8, 2005 |

The Gigli Concert with Lorcan Cranitch, Alastair Mackenzie and Alison McKenna was one of the plays I was looking forward to.  Despite the very talented cast it left me cold. I liked the set, a full sized room with … Read More

Never Land

August 8, 2005 |

This is a world premiere of a musical based on ‘Peter Pan’ written by Catherine McDonald and Erica Reed, the original concept was dreamed up in 2003. Working closely with Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital who were gifted the … Read More

Suessical The Musical

August 8, 2005 |

Based on the works of Dr. Seuss ‘Seussical the Musical’ is presented by Lincoln High School Theatre Guild San Jose. Not growing up with ‘The Cat in a Hat’ and all the other characters I was a little at … Read More

Goblin Market

August 8, 2005 |

I am unaware of the origins of this company prior to attending this production but I was heavily reminded of the now defunct NYMT productions that graced the same Theatre during the Fringe for years. A very talented company … Read More

The ODD(US)SEY

August 8, 2005 |

The Odd(us)sey by HWS Rembiko  project, is for me one of their weaker productions this year. Based loosely on Homers Odyssey it tells of Oz’s adventures whilst rescuing his parents by taking their passports to the Airport, then trying … Read More