Monthly Archive:: February 2016

“Seussical the Musical Jr.” at Santa Su-sical

REVIEW BY KELLY GREEN (special to VC On Stage) Santa Susana High School in Simi Valley was at it again with another superb production. With three separate play production classes (musical, children’s, and play-pro)

For Thousand Oaks High School’s Kristen Wisneski, Acting Is the “Only Option”

BY CARY GINELL Ventura County has always been a proving ground for young performers, and one of the brightest that we’ve seen in the past few years is Kristen Wisneski, a 17-year-old junior at

Rubicon Puts On a Show With “Babes in Arms”

REVIEW BY CARY GINELL The Rubicon Theatre Company’s Broadway Musical Concert Series, now in its second season, presented the rarely seen Rodgers and Hart classic Babes in Arms last weekend, a show that audiences seldom

Matthew Dailey Talks About Playing Tommy DeVito in Theater League’s “Jersey Boys”

BY CARY GINELL One of the most anticipated shows that is coming to Thousand Oaks for the first time is the Tony Award-winning Jersey Boys. The dramatic story of the rise of Frankie Valli &

The Ladies of Lycus Speak Out!

BY CARY GINELL The cast of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum includes not just noble Romans, but nubile ones as well. I’m speaking of the comely courtesans of the House

“See Rock City” – A Different Kind of War Story

REVIEW BY CARY GINELL “A person’s got to have something to do,” newlywed May Brummett says to her husband Raleigh, in a scene from the Rubicon Theatre Company’s evocative drama, See Rock City. That statement sums