"In Warrior Class, Lin creates such a compelling world that even a highly satisfying stage play feels like it could plumb even greater depths."
In other words, the play leaves you wanting more.
This was a great interactive stage theater experience. Great set, great mood, great props, great time of year for this. It was fun being in the middle of it all with the actors while they were in character.
Saw this play Sunday. It's a freaking good show with amazing actors and an amazing storyline. I highly recommend to all theater lovers to go out and see it before its production run ends here in Atlanta.
I wonder if Ariel and Maya's "game hosted by friends" was the Georgia Tech Band's "Get-A-Clue". That started in the early 90's.
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Your blog is really great .Thanks for sharing your experience with us. I like french language .French language is romance language. I like French culture, tradition, french food etc . Last summer I have visited France as well as I have visited French restaurant. I have enjoyed French food very much.
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I'll check it out this weekend...But I swear if every play is a fuckin Tyler Perry spin off! I will lose my mind >: /
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ArjELMYJlz… One of the best uses of the "The Rich Man's Frug," Its a video unofficially put together putting this scene to the B-52's song "Dancing Now" from their last album Funplex.
Its a 3rd party video that's amazing and brings to life The Rich Man's Frug almost like the B-52's were wrote the song to it. The video keeps getting deleted from youtube for copyright reasons - which is silly since it only promotes the movie/play.
Great show that starts out more silly and superficial and gradually builds to moments of great resonance and complexity, very moving.
Man, I wanna see it, I miss Waffle House out here in Los Angeles.
We've got a bunch of artists' videos and production blogs up on our tumblr, in case you want a little taste of the festival - atlfringebuzz.tumblr.com
Hello, this is Charles Darwin, and I'm really tired of having my theories on biology misrepresented and misapplied in the context of human affairs.
Perhaps it's time to revisit Darwin's Theory of Evolution and let some of the marginal groups fold. Theater groups come and go, and none are too big (or important) to fail.
Depending on what's intended (and explained thoroughly) by the group, I've learned from experience that the name plaque on the seat thing can be a little tricky. Some people, especially older, long-time supporters) think that "their" seat should be available to them any time they show up, whether they buy a ticket or not. Just a friendly caveat.
The production is lovely. I suggest you run, not walk, to buy a ticket. The music is eminently singable, the actors are uber-talented (and sexy to boot) and the harmonies are delicious. And the choreography was stunning. You go Sarah Turner. It made me fondly remember my high school days. - Ann-Carol Pence, Associate Producer, Aurora Theatre
This article is unclear to me. Is it reviewing the play itself or the production? The subtitle implies that the production is awkward, but the article is mostly an analysis of the written show. I appreciate that CL is reviewing theater, but as a potential patron, this article doesn't inform me on the quality of the production it's "reviewing." Would love to see more distinction between play and production so that these reviews can be used as a tool for the theater lover.
The Ugly Duckling dude is hot.
I mean, I think Mike Shatz could star in film versions of both plays, too. (Seth Rogan? Really?)
Saw this tonight. No one wants to say so, and I understand why, but it's a muddled, confused and confusing work -- even when you allow for the fact that it's dated -- with some good acting in particular scenes. The audience was confused, as I was, while valiantly trying to seem like they "got" the central metaphor of the muscle man. This kind of mystification is not really good for Atlanta theater, or theater anywhere, no matter how good we may feel supporting one of our own.
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