The men were dapper, the ladies elegant, they were all beautiful, and together drew viewers into the time best befitting each Irving Berlin song’s historical context. We heard charming anecdotes while reveling in the choreography, lighting, sound, costumes, dancing, singing, and the orchestra --- it was all as it should be in a joyous evening of smiling and nostalgia with wonderful music, singing, and dancing.
The troupe aptly expressed the story with its twists and turns, plot and subplots, and its sojourn into the supernatural world of the night forest. We were indeed transported into the supernatural moonlit dreamscape of fairies. We experienced the mystical, love potions, and the droll interactions of humans and pixies.
Harnar assiduously grasped a selection of Sondheim’s artistic jewels and customized it for his purposes. He accomplished this with aplomb and sheer artistry as he expressed the essence of each poetic strain.
The orchestra masterfully performed each work to ensure the expression of the composer's artistic and imaginative intent. Despite the large audience, individuals remained focused and quiet as they enjoyed and experienced the music, this most ephemeral art form.
This is a psychological thriller where complex characters are sustained in an ever-changing dreamscape. It’s akin to being trapped in a Salvador Dali painting or episode of The Outer Limits or Twilight Zone.
Love, Sex & Real Estate captures the imagination throughout within its rich context of possibilities exuding from human frailty, the complexity of relationships, and the dangers associated with love triangles.
Fun eye candy with talent. Before you know it, the show ends. You feel as if you were in an aerobics class – not only do these boys go to the gym, they work out while there. The boys are available, answer questions, and make t-shirts and coasters (CDs) available. They are a "down-to-earth" group of young gentlemen you simply want to take home.
Seinfeld launched into a routine about the way New Yorkers speak. “You can live ‘in’ the city, but you live ‘on’ Long Island. You can live ‘in’ The Hamptons, but you don’t live ‘on’ them.” But he didn’t stop there, and the theatergoers loved it.
Black String performs a spectacular synthesis of energy-filled musical fusion. They are powered by an effective eclectic merger of traditional Korean instruments, electric guitar, amplification effects, and jazz and rock idioms. This aural fusion was enriched by transcendental vocal orisons and digitally created sonic tools by which the intellectually charged troupe produced astonishing sounds, ideas, and intent.
It is an evening of bonding, learning, and exploring as Orietta Crispino single-handedly cooks for the audience and tells a version of her story of how she ended up here. She insists it will not be about the past but reading the signs of the future.