The first dating video of rose ritz

25-Jul-2017 10:24

Dana Haley has a true cameo to enjoy her abundant vocal range with in "Always a Bridesmaid." Richard Grip is as light on his feet as his voice is resonant and expressive.

Laura King runs a gamut of ages and sensibilities, her presence deep and true even when her part is mostly silent.

If you were of dating age within those years, you will probably see and hear the actors singing your story(-ies) onstage. Deb Topka really knows how to pull the audience’s heartstrings in “The Very First Dating Video of Rose Ritz”, (though I wanted Topka to kick it up just a notch in her singing so we’d feel it even more). Jamie Brandt Trommelen, could you be any more comfortable on stage than you are? Identifying each scene on a screen above worked well for me. Using the aisles in this rather small theatre makes it all come alive (and maybe helps to keep the audience members alert)!

As we find ourselves relating to the lyrics, we may find our emotions awakened, and sometimes they really hit home … By the time Act I (relationships and dating) and Act II (wedding bells and beyond) end, we almost feel a real connection to all four pairs as they sing (and sometimes dance) their way through the years. Remember the first date with your significant other? (Top row: )Allison Greet, Jamie Brandt Trommelen, Deb Topka; 2nd row: Kevin Robinson, Paul Hayward, Erin Anne Bohmaker; (Bottom row:) Jeremy Wheeler, Chris Mercury.

Laughs are doled out by the dozen in this comedic musical revue.

The skits and songs in this two-hour romp start with a first date and end with a funeral-parlor pickup line.

PHOTO PROVIDED BY DORSET PLAYERSThe cast of "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change" will be performing at the Dorset Playhouse on Friday and Saturday, May 26-27 at p.m. The nine actors cavorting through the Dorset Players' production of "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change" send well-aimed arrows zinging to the audience's hearts on all the permutations of modern love.

Director Suzi Dorgeloh promises in her introduction to this this fast-paced revue that "There is something for everyone. " She's true to her word by dint of her well-layered direction with a fluid ensemble cast.

Feet planted in the kiddie pool, tongue planted in cheek, the love spoken of here is a stereotypical one."The Baby Song's" hilarious obsession and regression of first-time parents drops us into divorce's black maw of painful humiliation and courageous comeback when Rose Ritz makes her "Very First Dating Video." Love is ultimately the mystery that lasts and endures in spite of ourselves in "Shouldn't I Be Less In Love With You," and when it's so good the first time around, the chase is on in "I Can Live With That."Lillian Kelly and Christopher Restino each have a gift for the devil in the details of physical comedy in "A Stud and a Babe." A tug to the trousers, a hitch to the bodice, raking fingers through hair, and they make the transformations we've all got memories of wanting to morph into on dates.Lillian's voice gets great play as well in "I Will Be Loved Tonight," soaring in poignancy and longing.The script shows its age around the edges: a reference to Sharon Stone and “Basic Instinct” here, a mention of the land-line costs of calling long distance there.Sure, we get a little bit of Broncos love in there along with a Tebowing or two, but the line between contemporary and nostalgia is real.

Feet planted in the kiddie pool, tongue planted in cheek, the love spoken of here is a stereotypical one.

"The Baby Song's" hilarious obsession and regression of first-time parents drops us into divorce's black maw of painful humiliation and courageous comeback when Rose Ritz makes her "Very First Dating Video." Love is ultimately the mystery that lasts and endures in spite of ourselves in "Shouldn't I Be Less In Love With You," and when it's so good the first time around, the chase is on in "I Can Live With That."Lillian Kelly and Christopher Restino each have a gift for the devil in the details of physical comedy in "A Stud and a Babe." A tug to the trousers, a hitch to the bodice, raking fingers through hair, and they make the transformations we've all got memories of wanting to morph into on dates.

Lillian's voice gets great play as well in "I Will Be Loved Tonight," soaring in poignancy and longing.

The script shows its age around the edges: a reference to Sharon Stone and “Basic Instinct” here, a mention of the land-line costs of calling long distance there.

Sure, we get a little bit of Broncos love in there along with a Tebowing or two, but the line between contemporary and nostalgia is real.

I'm a plus size actor who is comfortable in my own skin and know my "type".