What did you do in the arts this weekend?

BAM reviewers were at the Verdi Requiem and Fiddler on the Roof (see below). Where were you in the arts this weekend? Please share your thoughts.

4 Responses to "What did you do in the arts this weekend?"

  1. SRO Theatre Company completed their encore performance of “Little Women”. It went over so well, with sold-out houses the first weekend, October 26th, 27, & 28th, we were asked to repeat it. We did so this last Saturday night and Sunday matinee. Both show went beautifully. I was very proud to be a part of the production.

    Sadly, although I saw many reviews from broomeartsmirror of local shows in the area, I have to admit I was very disappointed that no one came to review our show which was right downtown on the 3rd floor of Roberson Museum and Science Center.

  2. Jill Weston ("Aunt March" in this production)

    I totally agree with Mickey Ray’s comment. It was, indeed, a shame that our LITTLE WOMEN:THE MUSICAL was not reviewed. Certainly someone might have done a review, particularly in light of the number of performances we did: 6 shows PLUS a week of 5 complete dress rehearsals prior to opening. It was a wonderful production and one I was extremely proud to be part of.

  3. I got my first copy of a new photo book all about the triple cities industrial history. Click here to check it out and get yourself one.


  4. bva09

    Mickey and Jill: I’m so glad that “Little Women” had a successful run. As you may know from reading BAMirror, I only have a handful of reviewers. All are volunteers, and three also are musicians with performance obligations. In other words, on a busy weekend, we’re stretched to the limit. We try to get to as many events as possible and hope throughout the year to attend shows produced by every presenting group in the area (although perhaps not every show by every group).
    Jill: We are not adverse to attending a dress rehearsal — that is what we do with all TCO productions — but the option was never offered to us by anyone connected with SRO and “Little Women.”