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In the note from the director, Judi Parrish writes that she was looking for actors willing to be “fearless” in their roles, since “this play is about facing your fears and reaching beyond yourself.” From the bold performances on opening night of THE MIRACLE WORKER it was evident that these […]Read more ›
There is a great deal of talent and creativity behind Pennington Players’ production of PIPPIN, but it is not always used to its best advantage in telling this musical fable about a young man’s search for fulfillment and meaning in his life. The now-classic musical – with a score by […]Read more ›
First of all—go see this show. The only two weaknesses I found were opening-night glitches which will be fixed by the time you see it. Go see the show. You’ll see a better version of it than I did, and I’d buy a ticket to the very show I saw […]Read more ›
13 THE MUSICAL is about 13 year olds starring 13 year olds. There are no adults on stage. The show manages to capture that elusive time when we first step into adulthood. It encompasses the entire spectrum of adolescence without taking itself too seriously. We all know these kids from […]Read more ›
STEEL MAGNOLIAS is a comedy-drama about the bond between a group of women in Chinquapin, Louisiana. It is both heart warming and heart breaking. The 1987 play was written by Robert Harling, after the tragic death of his younger sister, Susan who was a diabetic. The entire play is staged […]Read more ›
SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL is based on the works of Dr. Seuss, the well known children’s author. When it opened on Broadway in 2000 it was not well received. The critics thought the show lacked cohesiveness and that there was just too much going on. SEUSSICAL has gone on to be […]Read more ›