The University of Arizona School of Theatre, Film & Television production of High Fidelity has been dubbed “completely charming” by Arizona Daily Star reviewer Kathleen Allen.
In a recent review Allen gives context to the evolutions of the play, from its origins on paper to its film and television adaptations. In the spirit of title character Rob Gordon’s affinity for list-making, Allen chronicles her top five reasons audiences should attend the show.
Within her list, Allen highlights different parts of the production, giving kudos not only to the acting of the students and the direction by Hank Stratton, but to the production’s crew for notable elements such as the sound quality and standout costume elements.
For many of the actors on stage and the designers backstage this show marks their first return to live theatre in two years, and for some it is also a triumphant farewell as they prepare to graduate. Allen noted that energy, stating “The whole cast seemed contagiously gleeful to be back with an audience.”
The review ends on a high note: “It’s great to once again be together with an audience that laughs and cheers and is grateful for the hard work and solid talent of those on the stage and behind it.”
High Fidelity will run through April 24th in the Tornabene Theatre.Read more at Arizona Daily Star
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