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A... My Name is Alice by Jenkintown High School in Jenkintown, PA March 19, 2019 Review submitted by Julia Jennings of Upper Moreland High School Creating a poignant and compelling portrait of women's experience across all settings and stages of life, Jenkintown High School charmed the audience with an "all girl band" of powerful performers in their production of A...My Name is Alice. This musical revue incorporates twenty-one different songs and scenes united solely in their narrative of wome...
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Pippin by Sun Valley High School in Aston, PA March 19, 2019 Review submitted by Stephen D'Antonio of Archmere Academy Astonishing Acrobatics. Cunning Costumes. Enormous Energy. Glamorous Games. Lavish Lighting. Tremendous Talent. Does this sound like a circus? Not quite, but close--it sounds like  Sun Valley High School’s "extraordinary" production of the musical Pippin! The suspense-filled musical Pippin features an acting group looking for new, fine actors to recruit. Following a "play wit...
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City of Angels by the Pennsylvania Leadership Charter School in West Chester, PA March 19, 2019 Review submitted by Allegra Greenawalt of Harriton High School There's nothing quite like the golden era of 1940s Hollywood, with all of its glitz, glamour, and glorious prestige. Complete with overworked screenwriters, arrogant directors, and dramatic ingénues, PALCS' Center for Performing and Fine Arts brought audiences back into the famed world of film noir with their dazzling production of City o...
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Little Shop of Horrors by The Shipley School in Bryn Mawr, PA March 12, 2019 Review submitted by Caroline Prendergast of Baldwin School The Shipley School's production of Little Shop of Horrors incorporated carnivorous botanical beasts, cowardly men, and a catchy musical score into an amusing matinee. Originally written by Charles Griffith, the story of Little Shop of Horrors is set in Skid Row, New York in the 1960's, and revolves around a timorous man by the name of Seymour Krelborn. Seymour...
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Hairspray by Upper Darby High School in Drexel Hill, PA March 12, 2019 Review submitted by Phoebe Barr of Episcopal Academy The story of people who are shunned for being different and yet fight for their rights to life and happiness is just as relevant today as it was when the musical Hairspray was first written. The story of racism in America, and the need for young people to stand up against the bigotry of a society that fears change, is one that resonates with today's high school population....
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Rumors by Germantown Academy in Fort Washington, PA March 12, 2019 Review submitted by Patrick McCann of Harriton High School Rumor has it that the Belfry Club of Germantown Academy is putting on a farcical comedy, and that it is every bit as frantic, chaotic, and hilariously messy as any farce enthusiast could hope for! Rumors, a farcical comedy by Neil Simon, premiered in 1988 at the Old Globe Theatre. While the basic premise, a 10-year anniversary party for state deputy Charlie Brock and hi...
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Hello, Dolly by Delaware County Christian School in Newtown Square, PA March 12, 2019 Review submitted by Julia Jennings of Upper Moreland High School The grandly elegant parasols, glimmering feathers, and the radiant, shining message of Delaware County Christian School's      inspires the audience to get out and fully live "before the parade passes by". Premiering on Broadway in 1964, this wildly popular musical by Michael Stewart and Jerry Herman has seen four Broadway revivals, the most rec...
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Chicago: High School Edition - Bordentown Regional High School in Bordentown, NJ March 6, 2019 Review submitted by Anna Bobok of Upper Merion Area High School Bordentown Regional High School killed it this weekend with their glitzy production of Chicago: High School Edition! Set in the decadent and dangerous era of the 1920s, Chicago tells the story of Roxie Hart, a woman who hopes to use the publicity of her crime to work her way into the vaudeville scene. But other women at the Cook County J...
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The Little Mermaid by Cardinal O'Hara High School in Springfield, PA March 6, 2019 Review submitted by Molly Levine of Upper Merion Area High School The Little Mermaid at Cardinal O'Hara was a captivating tale from "Fathoms Below" to "The World Above!" Inspired by the fairytale and hit Disney movie, The Little Mermaid is a favorite of kings and crustaceans alike. The fiery yet kind Ariel finds herself longing to be in another world, the world of the one she adores, Prince Eric. Strict parents,...
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Newsies by Friends' Central School in Wynnewood, PA March 6, 2019 Review submitted by Noelle Arpea of Archbishop John Carroll High School Dirt covered faces hardened with determination, a strong-willed reporter, and corrupt old men conspiring against hard-working children - this is the perfect recipe for "Seizing the Day" with Friends' Central School's energetic and engaging production of Disney's Newsies.   This exciting and heartwarming story takes place in the heart of New York City on the...
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