Hit Corporate Musical Comedy How to Succeed...
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In the Bay Area premiere of this 2012 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, an Iraq war veteran grapples with personal and family issues, while the motherly moderator of an online support group for recovering addicts and its members struggles to stay sober. Their worlds end up colliding in unexpected ways, as they seek redemption through connection and community. This moving collage of lives in crisis was written by Tony nominee Quiara Alegría Hudes (In the Heights) and receives its much-anticipated regional debut from TheatreWorks Silicon Valley. Learn More
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Featured review from Bill Ereneta
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Having performed in this musical several times in the past, I had forgotten how musicals from the '60s were very LONG! I guess that theatre goers from that era were used to sitting through performances which were in excess of three hours; this one ended at 11:15. The WVLO production was well cast, but the pacing seemed a bit slow, which added to the longness of the show. I don't know if the most recent Broadway revival of the show has been cut in any way, but I would suspect that it was, to keep the essence of the show, but to address the needs of the audience.
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I must say that seeing the performance of "How to Succeed..." was one of the most fantastic nights of theater that I have attended in quite awhile. Not only were the actors professional with great voices but the production values of this...continued
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West Valley Light Opera Association (WVLOA) was formed in 1964. The object of WVLOA is to promote cultural activity in the area and to provide opportunities for anyone with dramatic aspirations to take part in theatrical productions under the guidance of experienced Play Directors. WVLOA is a non-profit 501©(3) tax exempt organization.