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F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre
Rockville Civic Center Park 603 Edmonston Drive Rockville, MD 20851
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49 stars
The weather was sunny and hot.. I wore leggings and a sleeveless blouse..
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2 stars
Traperazia in downtown Rockville is less than a 10 minute drive and is a great spot for Greek food before or after
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"The Sorcerer" & "Trial by Jury"
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349 events
230 reviews
79 stars
attended Jun 08 2012

The singing, dancing, and acting performances of VLOC's Trial by Jury & The Sorcerer as composed by Gilbert & Sullivan were superb as usual. The Sorceror's lead soprano and tenor were especially great! However, I found that the two...continued

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9 reviews
5 stars
attended Jun 09 2012

Please pass this on to the VLOC group. We enjoyed the singing, but the fact that it was done without appropriate costuming diminished the pleasure in seeing the operetta. Also, the addition of the 'business' with the "Occupy Ploverleigh" lent...continued

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3 reviews
0 stars
attended Jun 15 2012

solid performances for a local production.

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Come see directors Ali & Pete Oliver-Krueger’s contemporary take on two of the earliest extant collaborations of Gilbert’s acute wit and Sullivan’s glorious music.

In The Sorcerer, two lovers who see each other through the eyes of young love wreak havoc in their little village through their youthful idealism and naivete. What if everything Alexis says and does is motivated by the bone deep conviction that Aline-sweet, rich, beautiful, beloved Aline-is way out of his league? What would Alexis be willing to do, to try, if it meant he could avoid losing Aline? Enter John Wellington Wells, a dealer in magic and spells …

In Trial By Jury, a sensational (and hilarious) breach-of-promise case culminates in that rarest of outcomes – everyone is satisfied!