Praise for Studio Tenn’s “The Miracle Worker” at the Franklin Theatre Feb 23 – March 4
The Three Major Reviews:
- The Tennessean: http://tnne.ws/xWRN5T
- BroadwayWorld.com: http://bit.ly/AhIDqV
- Nashville Parent Magazine: http://bit.ly/zqkA5Y
QUOTATIONS TO HIGHLIGHT
“It was a brief, but definitely shining, moment at the end of a performance that left its audience breathless with the sheer artistry and the lovingly crafted stage effort brought forth from the brilliantly creative mind of the show’s director, Matt Logan, who has managed to make a show sometimes considered over-sentimental and hackneyed into something fresh and inspiring and so completely moving.”–BroadwayWorld.com
“…it should be noted that as portentous as [Patty] Duke’s debut came to be known, theater lovers still to come may very well consider Madeleine Hall’s beautifully crafted performance just as revelatory and just as noteworthy.”–BroadwayWorld.com
“[Artistic Director Matt Logan’s] confidence in staging contemporary stage classics…represents his true love of theater and his inventive eye for making the familiar seem somehow new and heretofore unseen.”–BroadwayWorld.com
“Hall and Landham’s performances are richly hued and finely nuanced, obliterating any preconceived notions you might have of their characters and, instead, each young woman creates a portrayal that grabs your heart and refuses to let go.”–BroadwayWorld.com
“Hall utilizes everything in her arsenal to bring six-year-old Helen Keller so vividly to life in front of you. Her performance is expressive and heartbreakingly genuine..”–BroadwayWorld.com
“It’s hard to imagine a more satisfying production of this inspiring drama than the one currently on stage at Studio Tenn in Franklin.”–The Tennessean
“10-year-old Madeleine Hall…is sensational as Helen.”–The Tennessean
“The opening-night audience was riveted, with many wiping away tears as the lights came up. Indeed, it’s a powerful evening of theatre.”–The Tennessean
Nashville Parent Magazine
“Studio Tenn serves up another absolute masterpiece of American theater with its current production of The Miracle Worker.” —Nashville Parent Magazine
“Based on the inspirational true story of the life of young Helen Keller, Studio Tenn’s production is flawless, deeply emotional and a perfect representation of what a tremendous theater experience should be.”–Nashville Parent Magazine
“This 10-year-old girl [Madeleine Hall] has a lot of stage talent, evident by how moving she executes the moment when Helen’s teaching finally takes root, not to mention the heartfelt love she shows to Sullivan afterward. It is a tear-inducing scene for anyone who has a heart and soul.”–Nashville Parent Magazine
“Annie Sullivan really was a miracle worker, and Studio Tenn’s production of Helen Keller’s young life certainly does her proud.”–Nashville Parent Magazine
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