Kathleen Turner Makes Singing Debut in Mother Courage and Her Children
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Featured review from Margie Eulner Ott
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Performances & staging were excellent - but Kathleen Turner's singing voice suffered in comparison to other actors in cast. Not even necessarily with quality - she more spoke the singing which could have worked - but she lacked sufficient projection - in ensemble pieces with music she was drowned out.
Quotes & Highlights
- Check out Arena Stage's <a target="_blank" href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZXJ-i33DeY8&feature=youtu.be">official trailer</a> for <em>Mother Courage</em>.
By Bertolt Brecht
Translated by David Hare
Directed by Molly Smith
Composition and Music Supervision by James Sugg
Movement Directed by David Leong
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