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2004 - Review: Daisy Pulls it Off

Taken From The Kidderminster Shuttle September 16th 2004 “JOLLY hockeysticks” abound in this tale of a “posh” girls school, where the students are horrified to learn that an elementary schoolgirl has won a scholarship to their establishment. Among the pranks and midnight feasts, there is much snobbery, and dirty tricks galore, and even a hunt [...]

2004 - NODA Review: The Pirates of Penzance

Kidderminster Operatic and Dramatic Society Youth Section The Pirates of Penzance Director: Denise Churchett Musical Director: Pam Craven Venue: Baxter College Theatre KODYs annual show presentation this year had a change of production team with a different type of show and a lot of new faces in the line-up. This original version of ‘Pirates’ proved [...]

2004 - Review: The Pirates of Penzance

Taken From The Kidderminster Shuttle July 8th 2004 IT was great to see the young folk of Kidderminster Operatic and Dramatic Society’s youth section (KODYS) so obviously enjoying themselves while entertaining us last week. This was a shortened version of the Gilbert and Sullivan favourite, but most of the familiar music was there. Accompanist Margaret [...]

2004 - NODA Review: Guys and Dolls

Kidderminster Operatic & Dramatic Society Guys and Dolls Director: John F. Jones Musical Director: David Howles Choreographer: Cheryl Skidmore Venue: The Rose Theatre, Kidderminster Damon Runyan’s characters are the basis of Frank Loesser’s “Guys and Dolls”. As Sarah Brown, the missionary doll, Laura Broad sang her part well. She was partnered by Julian Richards, who [...]

2004 - Review: Guys and Dolls

Taken From The Kidderminster Shuttle March 4th 2004 KIDDERMINSTER Operatic and Dramatic Society have come up with another winner. Damon Runyan’s story of gamblers, Sky Masterson who falls for Salvation Army Captain Sarah Brown, and Nathan Detroit who has been promising to marry Adelaide for 14 years, is brought to life by an enthusiastic cast. [...]