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Theater Review (NYC): ‘Temple of the Souls’ at the New York Musical Festival

Tuneful songs and strong performances enliven this tragic love story set in the time of the conquistadors. The show flutters nervously along two parallel tracks, one reflecting the real butchery and horror of the conquest, the other of semi-cartoonish family fare.

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A Day of ‘Hamilton’ with Students and Teachers at the Hamilton Education Program in New York City

'Hamilton'-inspired poems and songs by NYC high school students preparing to see the Broadway musical reminded us that we must continue to fight for freedom.

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Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Sister Act’ the Musical from Base Entertainment

'Sister Act' is a fabulous musical you shouldn't miss. Good acting, great music, wonderful costumes, funny lines and emotionally effective scenes are all reasons you'll agree with Deloris when she sings, 'Nothing's ever gonna change that fact. I'm part of one terrific Sister Act.'

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Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘Tropicana’ by Haresh Sharma and Spare Room Productions

This new musical isn't perfect and its script and music could use some serious tweaking, but the set and costumes reflect the time period immaculately, the direction is creative, the singing is not bad and there are certainly moments of humour. Anyway, who said the '60s were perfect, after all?

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