Orange County Theatre Reviews

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Orange County Press Clubs 2014 Winners – BEST ENTERTAINMENT BLOG 2014

The blog posts are thoughtful and well-written and the writers are clearly invested in covering their topics. I was impressed by the research and careful critiques present throughout the posts. Nicely done.

– Orange County Press Club

 

Heres a list of the articles we submitted : 

http://theorangecurtainrev.com/into-the-woods-they-still-got-it-thoughts-on-the-reunion-and-the-show-in-general-segerstrom-center-of-performing-art-in-costa-mesa/

http://theorangecurtainrev.com/phenomenal-magic-good-shakespeare-the-tempest-at-south-coast-repertory-review/

http://theorangecurtainrev.com/striking-12-the-laguna-playhouse-laguna-beach-review/

http://theorangecurtainrev.com/playwright-nicolas-juarez-goes-back-to-high-school-whisper-all-the-way-estancia-high-school-in-costa-mesa/

http://theorangecurtainrev.com/aerial-acrobatics-cant-elevate-pippin-pippin-segerstrom-center-of-performing-arts-in-costa-mesa/

 

A special thank you to the readers, writers, and theatrical productions that have participated in appreciating Orange County theater with us. This means you Scott Keister, Daniella Litvak, Ashton Marcus and Kyle Gamez!

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Boeing Boeing @ STAGEStheatre in Fullerton – Review

Written by Scotty Keister

“Boeing Boeing” is known as the most performed French play in history. Written by Marc Camoletti and first performed in London in 1962, it is what was once known as a madcap romp. Its sequel, “Don’t Dress for Dinner,” was written some 25 years later and featured the same two main characters. That show was staged successfully last year at Stages Theatre.

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Oh Boy! It’s – Annie @ Segerstrom Center in Costa Mesa – Review

Written by Alina Mae Wilson 

In 1977 Broadway was in the mood for enthusiasm, optimism, and a hearty pat on the back regarding the might of America.  The cheer so obviously sought was delivered to the people in the form of the musical Annie, lyrics by Martin Charnin and book by Thomas Meehan.  The story of the little girl with red hair and sprightly personality won the hearts of audiences (as well as the Tony Award for Best Musical) and made songs like “Tomorrow” and “Hard Knock Life” well-known classics.  Countless

Annie the Musical Issie Swickle Annie LYNN ANDREWS Miss Hannigan GILGAMESH TAGGETT Oliver Warbucks ASHLEY EDLER Grace Farrell GARRETT DEAGON Rooster Hannigan LUCY WERNER Lily Allan Ray Baker FDR AMY BURGMAIER Mrs. Pugh, Ensemble, u/s Miss Hannigan CAMERON MITCHELL BELL Bert, Ensemble ANGELINA CARBALLO July, u/s Molly JOHN CORMIER Ickes, Ensemble, u/s Rooster Hannigan BRIAN COWING Bundles, Ensemble, u/s FDR Adia Dant Pepper, u/s Annie TODD FENSTERMAKER Drake, Ensemble, u/s Warbucks, FDR CHLOE HORNER Swing LILLYBEA IRELAND Tessie EVAN MAYER Swing JAKE MILLS Ensemble, u/s Bert MEGHAN SEAMAN Ensemble, u/s Lily HANNAH SLABAUGH Star to Be, Ensemble SYDNEY SHUCK Kate LILY EMILIA SMITH Ensemble, u/s Grace Farrell LILLY MAE STEWART Molly CHLOE TISO Swing ISABEL WALLACH Duffy Sunny Sandy MACY u/s Sandy - See more at: http://anniethemusical.com/team.php#sthash.16bjwTB8.dpuf

Annie the Musical
Issie Swickle
Annie
GILGAMESH TAGGETT
Oliver Warbucks       Photo by Joan Marcus

performances of the show have been done all over the world.  The songs have translated into several different languages.   Continue Reading

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Rehearsal for Murder @ The Creative Outlet of Orange in Orange – Review

Written by Daniella Litvak 

 

“…the play is the thing wherein I’ll catch the conscious of the king.” —Hamlet, Act II Scene ii.[1]

 

Alex Dennison is a playwright. One year ago his leading lady turned fiancé was murdered. Naturally, he reunites the suspects under the guise of rehearsing for his new play, but his true purpose is to reveal the killer of Monica Welles. How does Alex’s investigation fare?

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