Two Everett Theatres Deliver Quality Family-Friendly Productions
Seattle’s Child sent a parent reviewer to check out two family-friendly theatre productions in Everett: Nunsense and Bye Bye Birdie. Read below to learn more about what this reviewer and her family thought about the shows.
Clowns are usually considered the masters of hilarity, but the cast of Nunsense makes a strong case for the habited sisters as the rulers of comedy. To say that the show is a laugh a minute is probably an underestimate. The show is truly a laugh riot in that rare, laugh-out-loud sort of way. Presented by Rogue Theatrics, the show is currently playing at the Historic Everett Theater. Read the full review here.
Bye Bye Birdie – a classic, a staple, a love story tried and true. KIDSTAGE at the Village Theatre is introducing this endearing tale to another generation and providing an evening of nostalgia for others. Despite being set in time a half century ago, the premise of the story still rings true today. My 8-year-old stopped me half-way through my pre-show explanations, saying that she got it. Conrad Birdie is like Justin Bieber. Well, he’s no Elvis, but at least she understood the concept of a rock ‘n’ roll star and a mob of swooning girls. I guess some things are timeless. Read the full review here.