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The Greenworld Musical

August 8, 2004 |

Beautiful costumes, bags of enthusiasm, some strange but interesting music and dance join together in this musical extravaganza. The Greenworlders are living in true harmony, until a fairy story from distant nightmare threatens to return. The ‘Sarbinger of Doom’ … Read More

Return to the Forbidden Planet

August 8, 2004 |

Return to the Forbidden Planet has a cult following and I was surprised to learn that the director was amazed at the response of audiences for tickets. Especially as last years production by the same University group also sold … Read More

Guys and Dolls

August 8, 2004 |

Guys n Dolls must be one of the best-known musicals, It is the second musical performed this year by Deep Blue Theatre, who are also performing Cabaret on alternating days. Most of the company are in both shows with … Read More

Schoolhouse Rock, Live!

August 8, 2004 |

Duluth Central High School Theatre, Minnesota present a new work to me "School House Rock Live". Myles Heistad as Tom wakes on the first morning of his new job as a teacher, unsure as to how to introduce himself … Read More

Grease

August 8, 2004 |

As part of the American High School Theatre Festival, Birmingham High School, Southern California present their production of ‘Grease’. From seeing past shows from A. H. S. T. F. I expect to see extremely professional quality performances this one … 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

Hair

August 8, 2004 |

One of the regularly performed shows on the Fringe is the 60’s antiwar musical Hair. If you are unaware of the plot this centres around a tribe of Hippies in the late sixties and the ‘draft’ which sends young … 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

Honk!

August 8, 2004 |

In this their Silver Jubilee Year on the Fringe Leicestershire Youth Arts are back with their normal programme of six shows that cover the whole gambit of genres and as always turn in quality performances. One of the performances … Read More

Three Bar Solo

August 8, 2004 |

Set in a jazz club where the owner Rich, David Oakes is trying to further the prospects of the club. His manager and friend Colin, Jim Bradshaw, is doing his best to run the show and to bring back … Read More