Rock Opera The Who's Tommy at Montgomery Theater
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The last date listed for The Who's Tommy was Thursday July 30, 2009 / 7:00pm.
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Ted Lorraine
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Professionally done in all respects in 500 seat Montgomery Theatre in downtown San Jose - [so leave time to find parking. I used Convention Center garage across San Carlos St at $1.50/hr]. Creative choreography was outstanding and performed with ensemble and energy. Tech was impressive - use of electronic graphics and of light beams - and stage changes were fast and clever to see as well. and teenage actors/sings were spot-on - and clear to hear. extra pleasure from friends and family cheering every appearance and scene. As a friend I met there, who just returned from a week in New York City seeing Broadway productions, said: 'this is as good as what I saw on Broadway!'. Clearly the artistic direction of this Company knows what they are doing and how to get the best from the best teenage talented performers of the South Bay. I was captivated from start to finish.
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The Who’s Tommy will be performed with the support of the National Endowment of the Arts American Masters grant in honor of legendary director, Des McAnuff.
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