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Randolph Kids Program Showcase 2014

Tickets are now ON SALE for the Randolph Kids Program Showcases. Click on links below to purchase:

 

Saturday, May 31, 2014

Randolph Kids Dance Showcase 2014 – 2 p.m. Click here

Randolph Kids Dance Showcase 2014 – 7 p.m. Click here

 

Sunday, June 1, 2014

Randolph Kids Triple Threat Showcase 2014 – 2 p.m. Click here

Randolph Kids Triple Threat Showcase 2014 – 7 p.m. Click here

STUFF HAPPENS "Spectacularly performed and brilliantly acted"

Spring production STUFF HAPPENS closed on April 5, but not after impressing audiences and critics alike.

 

Mooney on Theatre said, "The success of this play could not have been brought to life without the skilled young actors of the Randolph Academy, whose abilities on stage presence far exceed their age." and particuarly noted performances by Chiamaka Umeh, Troy Goldthorp, and Lucia Forward. Read the review

 

Audience reaction ranged from, Fabulous show - top notch live theatre!” to “A beast of a play beautifully performed"

 

See the photo gallery here

LORD OF THE FLIES opens to Standing Ovations, Rave Review

Mooney on Theatre: "Lord of the Flies is a vibrant production.... the gender switch is not a gimmick; it’s not about gender, nor should it be—this examination of civilization versus savage instinct … Overall, the production, with its abundant atmosphere, does a fine job of placing you in the wilderness. …  If you’ve studied the novel to death, the all-female casting should be refreshing. If you’ve never read a single page of it, then this will be an exciting introduction to the classic.”

Read the full review here

See more production stills here.