Written by William Shakespeare, Macbeth, or as most theatre folks refer to it, The Scottish Play, is a psychological and tragic tale of blind ambition and destructive, consuming power. It is a play full of malicious intentions and gruesome murders. Cooperatively directed by Amelia Figg-Franzoi, Andrea Burkholder and Christopher Elst, this production with its intriguing artistic choices makes … More Double, Double, Toil and Trouble
Before our musical opens this week, I wanted to make sure the public met an amazing young man who is so fun to watch on stage and off. This junior joined the theatre department as a freshman and luckily he hasn’t left! So, what is your name, who do you play in The Little Mermaid? … More Meet the Artist: David Blatz
With enchanting storybook sets, eye-popping and dazzling costumes, a sumptuous live orchestra, dancing mice and palace guards, a young cast bubbling over with talent, a tad of Ogre flatulence, and a universal poignant message about judging a book by its cover, Homestead High School‘s award-winning theatre has a fairytale ending this year with its blockbuster … More Come see “Shrek The Musical”
The tone is set immediately at “The Three Musketeers” — which opened tonight at Homestead High School — with an acrobatic sword fight between d’Artagnan and his father. They run and roll and spin and lunge, steel flying, and it takes a while before we’re sure this isn’t a case of family dysfunction gone horribly … More All for One! One for All!
Ken Ludwig — best known for farces Lend Me a Tenor and Moon Over Buffalo — adapts Alexandre Dumas’s 1844 novel. Set in 1625 France, it’s a story familiar from hundreds of stage and screen versions. Ludwig’s jokey script is written like an action film: brief scenes provide exposition (including a montague recap to start Act II) and character … More The Three Musketeers Review