Huck Finn has made his way to the Candlelight Dinner Playhouse and has been welcomed with open arms. “Big River, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,” originally performed on Broadway in the late 1980s, opened at Candlelight on Father’s Day. When I came to the Candlelight for “The King & I,” the actors had a lot to live up to – and they did -but I had no such expectations for
Guest post by Christian Toto www.WhatWouldTotoWatch.com Matt Weaver spent years trying to convince the world his idea for a “guys” musical featuring hair metal hits from the “˜80s would rock the Great White Way. Now, Weaver is huddling with Tom Cruise on bringing “Rock of Ages” to the big screen next year. It seems every day there’s a new star attached to the big screen “Ages,” which Weaver is
“The King & I” is a movie I have cherished since childhood, and after my first experience at the Candlelight watching their production of “Clue,” I was a little concerned. Could they put on such a well-known and well-liked classic? While I was a little let down by “Clue,” I can happily report that my concerns about their current show vanished as soon as the first scene began to unfold.