Gilbert and Sullivan is true kitchy music: some love it, some don’t. It is also, without doubt, a litmus test for any company of players, requiring ferocious energy, lightning delivery and perfect comic timing as Gilbert’s busy libretto spins swiftly across Sullivan’s catchy tunes. So, it’s not always to everyone’s taste, and it can be … More Another opening, Another Show with Homestead High School “Mikado”
Senior, Grace Bobber opened our interview with some wonderful inspiration, “Theatre is such an important part of my life, but on a bigger scale than that, I believe that theatre is important in the world today. Theatre serves as a teacher, an inspiration, and a brilliant form of entertainment.” If you are curious about Bobber’s … More Meet the Artist: Grace Bobber
With only a week of rehearsal until opening night, Homestead’s music and drama departments are working feverishly to mount their rendition of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s beloved musical Carousel. William Toney and Grace Bobber, junior, portray the title roles of Billy Bigelow and Julie Jordan, a couple who fell in love beneath the glimmering lights of … More Meet the Artist- Grace Bobber
Every year, there’s a so-called exposé on the traumatic aftereffects of war, as if that grim fact were news. The truth is that as we shift from stones to clubs to spears to swords to cannons to muskets to machine guns to gas to bombs, we’re only changing the type of destruction, not the results. The only difference … More Tonight’s the Night!