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Motown the Musical- A Love Letter To When Music Was Real By Olin Meadows

Motown the musical the 4 time Tony winning musical written by Motown Records Founder Berry Gordy tells the story of one of the most recognized and loved record labels in the history of popular music. This show is everything you could want, great music, outstanding acting, fantastic choreography, and stunning visual effects and costumes. The … Continue reading

I’ll Eat You UP! Max Travels to the Long Center to find out Where the Wild Things Are By Laura Jordan
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I’ll Eat You UP! Max Travels to the Long Center to find out Where the Wild Things Are By Laura Jordan

“RAWR!” is the only noise that’s been in my head since experiencing yesterday’s production of Where the Wild Things Are.  I’ve never been so inspired to run around my day job with my arms up, bearing my claws, showing my teeth and growling and howling just as loud as I can!  But isn’t that just … Continue reading

The Explorers Club Is Not A New Adventure, But A Fun One! By Pearson Kashlak
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The Explorers Club Is Not A New Adventure, But A Fun One! By Pearson Kashlak

Those of you who read my previous review for She Loves Me will recall my note that a high quality production can make a bad script enjoyable. Furthermore, those of you who have attended a production at the Austin Playhouse know of their production values. This occurred to me instantly when reading the brief plot … Continue reading

Quality Over Quality… She Loves Me at Mary Moody Northen by Pearson Kashlak
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Quality Over Quality… She Loves Me at Mary Moody Northen by Pearson Kashlak

It never ceases to amaze me how much the level of production quality in a theatrical production can make a good script bad or a bad script good. It doesn’t matter how well Othello was       if the actors, directors, and designers have no idea what they’re doing. Similarly, I have enjoyed productions with bad … Continue reading