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Nuts in the Belfry: "Bat Boy: The Musical," at the QC Theatre Workshop through November 9
Written By: Mike Schulz
Section: Theatre

Category: Reviews

2014-10-27 12:00:00

Calvin Vo in Bat Boy: The Musical, photo by Jessica Sheridan, Shared Light PhotographyIt was with eager anticipation that I sat down to watch Friday’s performance of the QC Theatre Workshop’s Bat Boy: The Musical, especially knowing that Calvin Vo would be portraying the title role.


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The (White) Elephant in the Room: "'Art,'" at the QC Theatre Workshop through August 30
Written By: Mike Schulz
Section: Theatre

Category: Reviews

2014-08-18 12:00:00

Adam Michael Lewis, Aaron Randolph III, and Mike Schulz in 'Art'I love Yasmina Reza’s 'Art.' My infatuation with the playwright's script started four years ago when the piece was produced by the Curtainbox Theatre Company, and it brought me great delight to hear that the QC Theatre Workshop and director Tyson Danner planned to stage the play with the same cast that performed the material for the Curtainbox.


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Brotherly Loathe: "True West," at the QC Theatre Workshop through June 1
Written By: Mike Schulz
Section: Theatre

Category: Reviews

2014-05-19 12:01:00

Jeremy Mahr and Mike Schulz in True WestThe approach that director Tyson Danner takes with the QC Theatre Workshop's True West frustrates me in that, with leading actors Jeremy Mahr and (Reader employee) Mike Schulz playing either Austin or Lee depending on the results of a flipped coin minutes before the metaphorical curtain rises, I want to see them in both roles. With the character assignments left to chance, however, it's possible to attend every performance of the play's run and not get an opportunity to see Schulz and Mahr ever swap characters. And in a way, that's too bad, as the performers were so remarkable in Friday's presentation that I imagine a switch would make a subsequent viewing all the more interesting.


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Nine Singers Walk into a Bar ... : "Last Call: The Songs of Stephen Sondheim," at the QC Theatre Workshop through November 17
Written By: Mike Schulz
Section: Theatre

Category: Reviews

2013-11-04 12:00:00

Erin Churchill, Don Denton, Allison Swanson, Patrick Gimm, Angela Elliott, Jamesd Fairchild (standing), Mark Ruebling, Sara Tubbs, and Kimberly Kurtenbach Furness (seated) in Last Call: The Songs of Stephen SondheimWhat’s perhaps most beautiful about the QC Theatre Workshop’s Last Call: The Songs of Stephen Sondheim aside from it showcasing music by, arguably, our greatest Broadway composer – is the way show creators Tyson Danner and (Reader employee) Mike Schulz weave a story through their revue, offering more than just an “in concert” experience. There’s a natural progression throughout the piece, which they’ve set in a bar where individuals and couples gather to drink, socialize, long for love, or lament love lost. Rather than having a distinct plot and conflict, the production delivers a look at a typical bar evening in which the audience gets to eavesdrop on every table conversation and watch as people mingle, flirt, and attempt to repair relationships. And the flow of this slice of life as told through song is to be admired particularly because it lacks pretense and feels real.


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Family Affair: "How I Learned to Drive," at the QC Theatre Workshop through September 21
Written By: Mike Schulz
Section: Theatre

Category: Reviews

2013-09-09 12:00:00

Angela Rathman, Mike Schulz, Jessica Denney, Chris Page, and Karen Jorgenson in How I Learned to DriveThere’s a beautiful humanity in the QC Theatre Workshop’s production of How I Learned to Drive, which presents playwright Paula Vogel’s pedophilic tale with realistic characters rather than caricatures clearly defined as “good” and “evil.”


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