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The Civil War, by Frank Wildhorn
Another great production from Twilight!
Sunday, November 23, 2008
4.5
I must say, I thoroughly enjoyed Twilight's recent production of "The Civil War".

I may not name names because I don't have a program on hand, so bear with me.

The costumes were beautiful, and the TALENT in this show is mindblowing.


The slave ensemble consisted of only five people. FIVE. They sounded like a small gospel choir, loud and clear and pitch-perfect!


The entire cast made the show a very moving piece.

The solos were gorgeous. The actors were very much invested in the material, I was sold on every performancee. I hope to see more of this cast in future productions.

The ensemble numbers were staged a bit awkwardly, but the singing compensated for such.


Overall, I found the show to be a great night at the theatre. Here's to more quality entertainment from Twilight! Well done!

The Music Man , by Book, Music & Lyrics: Meredith Willson
Music man, he's a music man!
Tuesday, August 5, 2008
4.0

My review was posted on the wrong page, oops.

Once again, Twilight doesn't disappoint with a wonderful production of Meredith Wilson's "The Music Man". After having seen Les Miserables and Broadway By Candlelight, I must say this theatre is a melting pot of talent.

The lighting, costumes, set were all top-notch.

The cast was incredible as well, and they all looked like they were having so much fun onstage. The ensemble was a pleasure to watch, & constantly brought a smile to my face.

The two leads, Eric Lindsey and Laura Bradley, were so great together in their respected roles, both an absolute delight to watch and hear as Harold Hill and Marion the Librarian.

Everyone did an amazing job, congrats everyone on a fantastic show!

The Music Man, by Based on a book by Meredith Willson & Franklin Lacey
He's a music man, a music man...
Sunday, July 20, 2008
5.0

Once again, Twilight doesn't disappoint with a wonderful production of Meredith Wilson's "The Music Man". After having seen Les Miserables and Broadway By Candlelight, I must say this theatre is a melting pot of talent.

The lighting, costumes, set were all top-notch.

The cast was incredible as well, and they all looked like they were having so much fun onstage. The ensemble was a pleasure to watch, & constantly brought a smile to my face.

The two leads, Eric Lindsey and Laura Bradley, were so great together in their respected roles, both an absolute delight to watch and hear as Harold Hill and Marion the Librarian.

Everyone did an amazing job, congrats everyone on a fantastic show!

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