It was definitely playtime last weekend, and I don't mean a romp to the local bars -- rather, I refer to the pleasure of experiencing "The Sound of Music" Friday and "Bad Dates" Sunday.
Creativity and talent were alive and flourishing at No Square Theatre's "Sound of Music" production. Every detail was interwoven to create a memorable experience. The cast and their superb singing and acting, the gorgeous set design and the hilarious antics of mother Margaretta, played by Linda Haylett, all deserve "snaps" (snaps can be likened to kudos -- reference "Legally Blonde" or ask someone who was in a sorority.)
Goody-bags filled with props prompted the audience to participate in hilarious spot cameos and a rousing sing-along; it made everyone roar with laughter.