The phrase conjures up a universal image of a cabin, usually next to a lake or river and always close to a dive bar that does a good fish fry.
23, was originally directed by Milwaukee’s quadruple threat Molly Rhode, and retains the energy, inventive staging and choreography, and strong musicianship that made the show a success in 2011.
The uniformly talented cast of young performers hits their marks and their high notes like pros, keeping the swiftly paced, entertaining piece moving along so that the intermission-free 70 minutes fly by.
Olbrich's pavilion is more ornate than most roadside salas in Thailand and represents those found at a temple or on a palace grounds.
However, Olbrich's pavilion is not a religious structure.
In 1944 Molly (a loveable, nerdy Olivia Foght) realizes that looking like a movie star isn’t as important as simply doing her best in the big Red Cross talent show.
The tap-dancing number featuring the whole cast is an impressive finale to a show filled with bright moments.In 1904 Samantha (a graceful Alice Wenzlow) learns about women’s suffrage and speaks out against dangerous child labor practices.In 1934 Kit (perky Saskia den Boon) understands how to “make do with less” when her father is unemployed during the Great Depression.The pavilion was built in Thailand, then disassembled and packed in shipping crates.The pavilion traveled seven weeks by sea, then by rail to Chicago, and to Madison by truck. of Greater Madison 149 Waubesa Street Madison, WI 53704 Bus: (608) 241-1574 Executive Director: Rebecca Steinhoff Email: [email protected]: Girls Inc.