Oliver!: The Classic Family Musical from Attic Community Theater
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The last date listed for Oliver! was Saturday May 28, 2011 / 7:30pm.
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Nurse Ratched is a character of such exquisite evil that she beat out Michael Corleone, Freddy Krueger, HAL 9000 and the Shark from Jaws in an AFI ranking of "100 Greatest Villains." Despite all her power, she meets her match in Randle P. McMurphy, the free-spirited patient who waltzes into her psych unit and threatens to upend her world in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. Watching these two -- the strict authoritarian and the carefree rabble-rouser -- engage in a high-stakes game of control is one the chief pleasures of this Tony-winning stage adaptation of Ken Kesey's legendary novel (which also inspired the legendary, Oscar-winning movie). Stacy Holmes directs this tough, touching and tragic American classic now at the Attic Community Theater. Learn More
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The attic is a hidden jewel. It's space is small, but every seat is comfort-able within good view of the stage. The seating was open, so get there early enough and pick your seats. They sell refreshments and prices are better than what they charge at movie theaters. It's a great place to catch a show without all they extra expense. The place itself was a little hard to find. It's within a cluster of buildings towards the back. Parking is free. The only drawback is there is only one restroom(one each).
Nothing works on the stage like a well-crafted tale, and Oliver! is just such a show. Based on the Dickens novel, it will engage you with its pathos and drama, while delighting everyone with its outstanding musical numbers. "Food, Glorious Food," "I'd Do Anything," "Where is Love?," "Consider Yourself," "As Long As He Needs Me," "Who Will Buy" and "Reviewing the Situation" are musical theatre classics. Dickens' characters are brought to life--perhaps larger than life--with all their facets glowing in this production.