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Musicals 2007 Archives - One4Review


August 8, 2007 |

Musicals written by Stephen Sondheim have complicated storylines, imaginative intricate melodies and lyrics and are notoriously difficult to produce and direct but when done properly are superb. At last year’s Fringe Kent-Mcardle Productions presented, Richard Maltby Junior’s ‘Closer Than … Read More

Seriously. Pet Shop Boys, Reinterpreted

August 8, 2007 |

The Pet Shop Boys have had 39 top 40 hits with four number ones, their melancholic tales of unrequited love carry double meanings and they are at the moment on their 2007 world tour. ‘Seriously. Pet Shop Boys, Reinterpreted’ … Read More

The Confessions of Julian Po

August 8, 2007 |

Historically the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (RSAMD) send absolute top quality students to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The two musicals during 2007 Fringe must have one of the very best ensembles I have seen … Read More

Just So!

August 8, 2007 |

This production, based of course on Rudyard Kipling’s book Just So Stories, is brought to the Fringe by Arts Education Tring Park. This excellent young company have been bringing less well known musicals to Edinburgh since 2003 and the … Read More

A Slice of Saturday Night – The 60’s Musical

August 8, 2007 |

Since the first time I went to see “A Slice of Saturday Night” I was hooked! Reckless theatres Fringe production of this show is superb. With some of the musical numbers missing and others kept short we get this … Read More

Eurobeat – Almost Eurovision

August 8, 2007 |

We in the UK generally do not take the Eurovision Contest very seriously, or so I thought. I know those continentals do, especially from my experience the Greeks. However, maybe I’m wrong judging from the hoards of Fringe punters … Read More

The Last Five Years

August 8, 2007 |

Although this musical by Jason Robert Brown has been around for a few years, first performed in 2001, I was completely unaware of it until recent publicity and then suddenly it seemed that everyone was talking about it and … Read More

Snowflake (100 words for snow, one for sorrow)

August 8, 2007 |

It is a cliché but the Inuit people do have many words for snow but the word sorrow is unique. Albertine Snow (Hayley Reed) is the youngest of three girls, a teenager trying to find her way in life, … Read More

About Suffering……..

August 8, 2007 |

About Suffering They Were Never Wrong otherwise known as The Trojan Women composed and conducted by Dr Paul Ludden. This is probably the most traditional show I have seen presented by HWS Rembiko Project, it is also an 85% … Read More