Kenya has matured so much from her Lydia days. She's learnt to walk into her character like it was tailor -made. She has method acting. "Blood Ties" is a lack universal story. Every turn in the story (it has many curves) brings the theme closer to our personal lives. We all have skeletons in our family closets!
The struggle is real cousin, but perseverance overcomes it all. Keep doing what you're doing, rising to the top, because you are a star!!!!!!
Loose Leaves, one of the other showcases mentioned in this article as having been back in October, is coming back! It's moving forward as a biannual showcase for new and emerging choreographers. The next one will be March 7 &8. For more information, see https://looseleavesshowcase.wordpress.com/
I'd also give Caroline Renfro props as a first-time director for Appalachian Creative Theatre's Red Light Winter, one of the best shows I saw this year.
"A fancy bowler hat"?! Laurel and Hardy wore bowlers, Smokey rocks a campaign hat.
Im a fan of Judd Hirsch. Look forward to seeing #theSunshineBoys at center theater in LA
Good article. Haha max bill in 2014 - incredible. Im looking forward to the mario botta: architecture and memory exhibit too.
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Awesome article! Thanks Emiene!
Nice post.. :)
Can I mention that Perry is the worst reviewer that I have ever seen? I mean, time after time I am left wondering if he is simply drunk when he goes to a show. This is insane. Time and time again he mentions things that didn't happen, or recalls events incorrectly - the reviews are slapdash at best, and at worst it's like he was at an entirely different show than the one he's reviewing!
And it makes sense to insult an entire audience as "altered" and uncouth because a few people had their cellphones out?
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My first time at Actor's Theatre of Charlotte--impressed with the venue. Attended the play River City, as I am interested in supporting new young writers. Unimpressed with the cast--felt the overly "hammed up" acting detracted from the play. A city of Charlotte's size certainly has more professional actors available (or perhaps it was poor directing, and not the actors' fault?). The only exception was the actor who played Mr. Deeley--found him credible in the role, and he did not resort to the overly emotive styles used by the rest of the cast. Will attend another production, to see if this was a one-time disappointment. Hoping to see some productions with a more sophisticated approach to acting and to the social issues dealt with in the plays. I like humor, but the humor in this play bordered on silliness--and seemed to suggest the audience could not handle the racial issues the play was addressing.
THis is actually the second production at the Booth Playhouse for the Charlotte Shakespeare Festival. Last years Macbeth.
You actually get paid to write this drivel? I wish I could take back the minute of my life wasted on this shit.
He's about as funny as...wait. He's not funny.
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