A Comedy Tonight!

forum.gifI just got back from watching Theatre MSU’s production of “A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum.” And I Had A Ball.

This was most likely the funniest play I’ve ever attended. I know the cast, crew and directors have put an amazing amount of time and sweat into the production and it all paid off tonight.

I know most of the cast as I’ve either been in a show with them or taken a class with them or they’re in Runnin’ With Scissors with me. They are really talented and it was so much fun watching them have a good time on stage.

From Will Cooper’s physical comedy in the lead role as Pseudolus to Gabe Smith’s commedia dell’arte skills as Captain Miles Gloriosus to Scott Brinkley’s sharp comedic timing as Senex, the cast is outstanding.

I knew before I even paid for my ticket and sat in my seat that the show would be good. The director is Kevin P. Kern. I took my first acting class from him. He was the director for the children’s show that I did in the fall, Story Theatre. I’m taking another class from him this semester and I’m doing a show with him at the community theatre. See, I know he got skillz.

The band was good as well. Live music makes everything better, in my opinion.

There are so many jokes, you’ve got to be on your toes to catch them all. You’ll be laughing the whole way through.

If you are in the area, you’ve got tomorrow night the 7th and Saturday night the 8th to catch the show. You won’t be disappointed. Shows start at 7:30pm in McComas Hall and tickets can be bought at the door.

4 thoughts on “A Comedy Tonight!

  1. the p stands for pseudolus. thank you so much kary. you are also fantastic in everything i see you in. keep it up. i look forward to working with you in the future. see ya later.

  2. I saw the production. As a former Blackfriar “back in the day”, I have to say I was COMPLETELY impressed. I remember being on the stage at McComas Hall in the early 90s performing to a full house. I remember all the fun that we had and all the work we put in. I could see all of that in each and every performer last night. Not once did I see a performer drop character last night, not once did I notice a loss of energy. The show was excellent. What a wonderful two hours!!! GO SEE THE SHOW!!

  3. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. This is only the beginning! With Jo doing the more artistic shows and Kevin doing the more entertainment-oriented shows, Theatre MSU is on the rise baby!

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