A delightful musical filled with laughs — that’s Thoroughly Modern Millie, presented with youthfully energetic and thoroughly enjoyable performances at the North Fork Community Theatre.
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… a complete world …
Looking for an enchanted evening? You couldn’t find a better one than an evening spent at South Pacific — beautifully produced and played by the North Fork Community Theatre.
To hear right off the bat those wonderful show stoppers — Some Enchanted Evening … A Cockeyed Optimist … Bloody Mary… and … well, it’s tremendously moving. Of course what makes it powerful are the strong performances. It’s almost shockingly beautiful when — you’ve barely taken your seat — Ryan Beodeker, as the mysterious French expatriate Emile De Becque, opens his expressive voice to Some Enchanted Evening and, before you’ve had a chance to recover from the power, Tess Leavay as Ensign Nellie Forbush surprises with A Cockeyed Optimist with her marvelous full range, totally professional voice and delivery. We’re in great hands!
The North Fork Community Theatre, Mattituck, Long Island, is presenting Dead Man’s Cell Phone by Sarah Ruhl three weekends in November. “… An incessantly ringing cell phone in a quiet cafe, a stranger at the next table who’s had enough, a man slumped over his lentil soup send a woman out into the world to discover the paradoxes and mysteries of human individuality — and existence…” So begins Sarah Ruhl’s at times shocking and other times hilarious comedy-drama about our modern technological obsessions. Directed by Shawn Snyder, it features a cast of well known East End players Schmoupy Juntunen, Yvonne Korshak, Deborah Marshall, Jim Navarre, Laura Pace and Alan Stewart.