|Posted by darrylreubenhall on February 21, 2013 at 11:40 PM|
Darryl Reuben Hall's FRAT HOUSE
Review by Victoria (Ms. V.) Poller
Mary Poppin’s “Step In Time” takes on a new meaning in today’s “foot stomp’in”, “high stepp’in” “dance routine” of the Fraternity & Sorority antics of Stage Aurora’s FRAT HOUSE. With a cast of 16, Frat House takes the audience from the ‘church house’ (first church service without an offering), to the college ‘frat house’, through the modern adaptation of the “Prodigal Son” (Luke 15:11-32) who wasted his inheritance on “Bling, Bling”, to temptations and yes, including some suggestive seductions. The play reenacts things that could happen in a college setting even within your own town...
...Mr. Darryl Reuben Hall (writer & director) has another “hit” on his hands and it’s not too late for you to partake in the festivities of FRAT HOUSE. (To be continued…
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