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The Addams Family by Archmere Academy in Claymont, DE February 27, 2019 Review submitted by Lisa Green of Friends' Central School Full Disclosure: The Addams Family is back and better than ever, courtesy of Archmere Academy's incredibly engaging, inventive, and comically dark production! Based on the beloved Charles Addams cartoons and the famed TV show and movie, the musical flips the original story on its head: the extremely unconventional Addams Family invites their daughter Wednesday's str...
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The Anastasia Trials in the Court of Women by The Agnes Irwin School in Rosemont, PA February 13, 2019 Review submitted by Allegra Greenawalt of Harriton High School In our modern day and age, feminist movements are bringing important messages of women's rights to light as equality for all is still a distant reality. With their production of The Anastasia Trials in the Court of Women, The Agnes Irwin School aimed to display a farcical, but profoundly engaging excursion into a plethora of ethics...
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Clue: On Stage by Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy in Bryn Mawr, PA February 5, 2019 Review submitted by Katie Tuberosa of Cardinal O'Hara High School Six murders, six suspects, and one plot twist that no one saw coming! Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy wasn't playing any games with their production of Clue: On Stage. They had audiences hooked from the first moments to the shocking finale! Clue: On Stage is based on the popular Hasbro board game made into a Paramount Pictures movie. The nefarious ...
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Annie by Academy of the New New Church in Bryn Athyn, PA December 11, 2018 Review submitted by Julia Jennings of Upper Moreland High School Brimming with optimism, energy, and the elegant charm of Christmastime in the city, the Academy of the New Church’s production of Annie left the audience "fully dressed" with smiles. The classic, heartwarming holiday tale of Annie follows an enthusiastic young orphan girl who is given the chance of a lifetime to leave her dismal orphanage and spend Christm...
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Godspell by Archbishop John Carroll High School in Radnor, PA December 3, 2018 Review submitted by Aiden Kaliner of Harriton High School "Prepare Ye" for a rock n' rolling good time as Archbishop John Carroll High School lights up their stage for Godspell. Godspell was first produced in 1970 with music by Stephen Schwartz and written by John-Michael Tebelak. Since then, there were many productions of Godspell, including the most recent Broadway revival in 2011 which featured an innovative and ...
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Our Town by Friends Select School in Philadelphia, PA November 20, 2018 Review submitted by Rachel Tierney of Unionville High School Although life may seem uneventfully simple in a small town, diving into the lives of its people unearths a whole new understanding of what it means to savor every moment of life.  In Friend Select's production of Our Town, a tale of trials and tribulations presents itself through all phases of life, love, and death. Our Town recounts the story of the quaint Grove...
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The Miracle Worker by Conestoga High School in Berwyn, PA November 20, 2018 Review submitted by Phoebe Barr of Episcopal Academy The story of Helen Keller, of a blind and deaf child who grew to be a prolific author and activist, is compelling in its own right.  The Miracle Worker delivers the powerful tale of the once-blind governess Annie Sullivan who teaches Helen language. With first-rate design and impressive talent, Conestoga High School brought this dual narrative to life. Helen Keller's...
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The Sea Voyage by Phoenixville High School in Phoenixville, PA November 20, 2018 Review submitted by Mable Peach of Haverford High School With a commonwealth of courageous women, a band of foolish Frenchmen, and a pack of smooth talking pirates, Phoenixville Area High School's production of The Sea Voyage brought audiences into the heart of the Jacobean era. This drama, originally written in 1622 by John Fletcher and Philip Massinger, was adapted for the high school by Rachael Joffred, a local...
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12 Angry Jurors by Interboro High School in Prospect Park, PA November 20, 2018 Review submitted by Stephen D'Antonio of Archmere Academy There is no “unreasonable doubt” that Interboro High School is guilty of a spectacular performance of 12 Angry Jurors! The play, originally titled 12 Angry Men, is a suspenseful drama based off a movie and TV series of an eponymous name. The show takes place during the summer of 1957 in a New York City jury room. The heat outside does not equate to the hea...
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Brighton Beach Memoirs by Ridley High School in Folsom, PA November 15, 2018 Review submitted by Anji Cooper of Academy of the New Church What do you get when you toss together a tedious living situation with a boatload of drama and a dash of comedy? Brighton Beach Memoirs, passionately brought to life by Ridley High School. The first chapter in his renowned Eugene Trilogy, Brighton Beach Memoirs is a semi-autobiographical play written by Neil Simon. The show first premiered on Broadway in 198...
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