|REVIEW: TU’s Cloud 9: Production 10, Play 3
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What is therefore great about college-level productions is clearly evident from the minute you walk into
University’s Mainstage Theatre in their newly refurbished Center for the Arts. The first thing you see is the well-built, suggestive, but not too obvious, completely wooden set and lovely mood lighting designed by Daniel Ettinger (this man must not sleep – he designs everything in Baltimore it seems!). And then the play starts. The youthful exuberance and willing risk-taking that is therefore often missing once an actor goes “pro” is on full, proud view. The cast of seven begins in one pose reminiscent of Mother’s family in Ragtime (lovely costumes designed by Daniel Rehbehn), and sings the silliest (and entirely appropriate) little ditty about family in ...
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