'Mary Poppins': Will you believe a nanny can fly? | Broadway in Tucson
The musical varies from the film in a number of ways. Fortunately, the source material has such a surfeit of merriment that even capturing a portion of it is a joy.
131 Stage Design Ideas for 2020
Solid stage production design enhances guest experience and wows your audience even before they see the main entertainment or presenter. It sets the tone, it intensifies audience response, and it often doesn’t come cheap. But mastering the basics of stage design and then creating your own unique touches will help your audience take notice and increase social spread.
She’s practically perfect in every way! Get ready for Mary Poppins to fly over the rooftops of London and into Theatre By The Sea! This family musical is the winner of 44 major theatre awards from...
Review: ‘Mary Poppins’ at Paper Mill Playhouse
By Ruth Ross At age nine, while perusing the school library, I happened upon the Mary Poppins books and was hooked. I recall reading each volume of the series, often more than once, entranced by the tale of a governess who appears from time to time to help dysfunctional families find their way to happiness. I reveled in her crisp, no-nonsense demeanor, her demand that everything be done “spit spot” and her willingness to take on even the most formidable person—even a man! What a role model…
Aug 2013: There's something magical about Mary
When you think about it, an iconic character who is "nearly perfect in every way" must be a tough nut to crack from an acting standpoint. So it is with Mary Poppins, the titular enchanting nanny who magically pops into a house at 17 Cherry Tree Lane, London, to fix what's ailing an unhappy family.
Middle school actors excel on renowned stages. | Lake Minnetonka
Is it just us, or do the actors on stage seem to be getting younger and younger? A thriving school theater scene in Minnetonka and ample opportunities for tweens to study acting, dance and music in the western ’burbs have sparked a bit of a thespian boom. We interviewed four local middle schoolers who have gone pro—building their resumes with high-profile roles and banking