This new adaptation transforms the cherished novel "Anne of Green Gables" into a one-woman, movement-fueled theatrical experience for all ages, featuring dynamic choreography. More…
"Anne of Green Gables: Part I" shares the journey of Anne Shirley—an imaginative, red-headed, hot-tempered, 11 year-old orphan—and what happens when she is accidentally brought to the home of quiet siblings Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert on Prince Edward Island.
See it if you are familiar with the story so that you can keep up with the action. Pleasant production overall with dance, projections and good lead.
Don't see it if one person playing all the roles in a story you are not familiar with would confuse you. A snappy show with many merits if you know the plot
See it if for the charming story & unique presentation that uses dancers to evoke the moods suggested by the plot.
Don't see it if you are expecting a traditional children's theatrical. This is sophisticated & perhaps peculiar. Also it is a 4 staircase climb to the space
See it if You like the story of Anne from Green Gables (Anne with an e), if you enjoy interpretative choreography and lively characters.
Don't see it if If you do not like one actor acting many different parts, if you prefer traditonal choreography and do note joysimple staging.
See it if a simple set, some dancers and one actor performing many parts of a classic children's story intrigue you.
Don't see it if you don't like a solo performer playing many parts, even if charming and very competent. Backlit photos ruin the set.
See it if You're up for a perfectly perfect evening of theatrical storytelling, well told, choreographed and danced by a fine ensemble of young women.
Don't see it if Your mind is closed to joy, humor or is bereft of imagination, to the point you can no longer fly—in mind or dream.
See it if You would like to see a Broadway actress perform a children's book with great backup dancers
Don't see it if You're looking for deep meaning
See it if you are a fan of Ali Ewoldt, the Anne of Green Gables story or interpretive dance.
Don't see it if you need a "production" with lots of bells and whistles, or dislike one-person shows.
See it if What an amazing play that takes you to another level,you even forget all characters are played by 1 actor (plus 4 dancers).Great adaptation
Don't see it if You are not a fan of low budget shows, few props, minimal set and have higher expectation of elaborate setting. Ah and the stairs to heaven
See it if you enjoy well-acted one person shows, with a movement version of a Greek chorus. Also, if you are a fan of Anne of Green Gables.
Don't see it if you are not prepared/willing to be charmed by this deceivingly basic production. Or do not like dance with your theatre. Or hate Anne.
See it if You want to see a fresh take on a children’s classic. Ali Ewoldt who played Christine is wonderful playing various characters.
Don't see it if If you’re expecting a traditional play with lots of actors.
See it if You love the book or the Netflix series and enjoy one woman playing all of the parts. It reminds of me acting out a bedtime story.
Don't see it if You want a full rounded cast of actors.
See it if You love the Anne of Green Gables book, enjoy seeing one person play all the characters, enjoy dance
Don't see it if You prefer to see different actors playing the different characters, are looking for an extravagant production, don’t like dancing
See it if you're an Anne fan who wants to see a lovely new interpretation that's not totally polished or thought through. Ali Ewoldt is enchanting
Don't see it if You're not a fan of a lovely simple little story.
See it if You like the character anne, or if you are familiar with ali ewoldt (she was great)
Don't see it if You dont like one woman shows or if u want a big production
See it if if you have kids, if you love the book, if you want a light-hearted play that is also very creative and innovative
Don't see it if if you prefer traditional plot structures, if you think you'll get confused by a one-woman show, if you don't like choreographed plays
See it if You're a fan of Ali Ewoldt, who gives a masterful performance, or if you love the Anne books, which are very faithfully adapted.
Don't see it if You don't enjoy all-ages theatre, or you feel like you need a full cast and high production values to give you a complete production.
See it if Like or love the story and looking to experience in a different refreshing way.
Don't see it if If you don't like the story, or you want the stardard story tell the same way.
See it if You’re interested in a delightful romp thru a classic story . Young talent carries the day.
Don't see it if If challenging theatre issues are a problem for you. 2 very long flights of stairs and rest room back on ground floor.
See it if You want to see a broadway actress doing multiple voices and tell a story. If you liked Anne of green gables as a story.
Don't see it if You do not like interpretation of dance or prefer classic stories.
See it if The text of LMM is evocatively conveyed by a superb Ali Ewoldt; each character unique and heartfelt; ready for AofGG complete-ists
Don't see it if the concept of the four "greek chorus" dancers is conceptually interesting but ultimately a distraction in its current incarnation
See it if you like 'Anne of Green Gables', the novel- appreciate stellar performances like the one here by Ali Ewoldt (sorry she didn't get to sing).
Don't see it if You expect a large, Broadway type musical, are bored with overlong dance sequences, or didn't like the original novel.