By Julia Ortiz, Courier Staff Writer
Set in the roaring 1920’s, Bianca is a young woman with her whole life set before her. She has suitors waiting on her, an Italian mob boss as a father, and talents to please everyone, however, she will remain alone unless her older sister Katherine gets married. This sets a wheel in motion to set Kate up with a man just as fiery and opinionated as she is.
Hilarious scenes between two of the leads Kate and Petrucio, played by Jaiden Caballero and Jake McKee, filled the theater with laughter. Even old man Gremio, portrayed by Tom Hu, got into the action.
Yes, there were some serious scenes that made the audience grip their seats. Anger exploded off the stage in great measure and at all the right times.
Unfortunately, there were also errors the first night and all of them technical. Light quos were mixed up, props were not around when needed, and set pieces appeared when they shouldn’t have. Cars and dining furniture do not belong together unless you park your car in your home.
That aside, the Logan cast and crew gets a 9 out of 10 for their opening night. Hopefully, with all the accidents behind them, the next weeks two preformances were much better will only slight flaws backstage again.
Be sure to keep an eye out for a cast change for our main leading lady. Courtney Henderson will take over for the role of Katherine, Kate, this week on November 10, 12, and 14.