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Written By: Mike Schulz
Countryside Community Theatre has plenty to be proud of with its current production of The King & I – the Rodgers & Hammerstein musical about a British schoolteacher who moves to Siam in 1862 to teach the king’s many children – as Friday’s performance hit all the right notes anyone might expect from this classic. There’s enough familiarity in director David Turley's outing to remind audiences of the film or similarly staged productions, but also more-than-enough fresh takes on the characters to make this production Countryside’s own. And underlying all this is a true cheeriness that extends from the cast to the audience. Despite the show's moments of anger and sadness, I was brimming with joy and full of smiles when I left the theatre.
Read More About He Is Siamese, If You Please: "The King & I," At North Scott High School Through June 30...
Written By: Administrator
One of the most difficult challenges directors face when working with a classic – particularly one such as The Wizard of Oz – is maintaining their vision while honoring the cherished memories every audience member holds. Georgia Jecklin, the director of Countryside Community Theatre’s production of The Wizard of Oz, accomplished this difficult challenge in a delightfully creative way.
Read More About Go Off To See "The Wizard": Countryside Community Theatre's "The Wizard Of Oz"...
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