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Set in a mythical land filled with all the "freaks" you can find, Shrek the Musical is the tale of a gargantuan green ogre who, after being made fun of his entire life by everyone he meets, retreats to an undesirable green swamp to exist in his desired isolation. One day, without warning, a gang of washed up, destitute fairy tale Rolex Watch Mens New
No musical would be complete without the choreography to accompany the heavenly vocals. Student choreography was employed in various numbers throughout the show and it was seemingly difficult yet executed with ease by the entire cast. Logan Amon, Lauren Hole, Daniel Kiley, Maddie Porczak, Abby Smith, Chloe Tenbrink and Alec Wood were responsible for creating dances and teaching the cast, cleaning choreography, staging the numbers and reviewing notes with the cast post show. Their dedication to the choreography was well worth the time, as it appeared to be professionally sculpted.
the expectations for a typical high school production, but they gave Broadway a run for their money. Shrek the Musical was truly a delight for all to see, and it encouraged audience members to let their "freak flag fly" as the cast delivered a heartwarming story of love and acceptance that shined bright Prada Tote Men much like the students on stage.
Comic relief did not fall short in this production thanks to Dean Parker and Brighton Hummer who played Donkey and Lord Farquaad respectively. Whether it was Parker's mannerisms and inflections of his voice or Hummer's comical stature as he walked upon his knees throughout the entire show to convey Farquaad's dwarfism, the audience was rolling with laughter until the very end. Abby Smith was also a highlight of this show as the Dragon. Ms. Smith carried herself beautifully as she belted her song, "Forever." The audience was amazed at the control and range of her voice as the vocal ability she presented was untouchable and among the best in the cast.
characters surprise Shrek as they trample upon his abode, saying they've been evicted by the vertically challenged Lord Farquaad. Shrek decides that he will help get their homes back, simply because he wants this mystical troupe Guess Handbags New Arrivals 2017
With a cast lead by Aaron Marshall, portraying an unparalleled Shrek, and Abby Docherty, who delivered a Fiona that not even Sutton Foster could best, the show was presented flawlessly. Aaron Marshall delivered the perfect physicalities and a spot on accent that are crucial to creating a believable Shrek, all while pleasuring the audience with his beautiful tenor range. Alongside Marshall was Abby Docherty who brought new life to her interpretation of Fiona, unlike anyone before. Her performance was truly unique as she kept the haughty personality alive and incorporated glimpses of her own wacky nature, while also proving to be a stand out vocalist in the cast.
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off of his land. However, Lord Farquaad counters the offer and says that Shrek must rescue Princess Fiona to gain the deed of his rightfully inhabited land. Shrek is hesitant, but not long after the rescue of Fiona does he begin to fall in love with her; even if she does turn in to a disgusting, green ogre like himself in the nightly hours. Eventually he realizes his admiration for Fiona and brings the wedding of Lord Farquaad and Fiona to a sudden halt to proclaim his love for her, and she responds wholeheartedly accepting this newfound ogre love.
Loveland High School's rendition of Shrek the Musical was nothing less than a blockbuster in the realm of high school theater.
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