Musical "Fame" is long been proved to be a spirit up-lifting kind of drama. U just feel everything is possible when leaving the threatre.
The youth festival's version also have the same effect, though with room for some possible polishes.
The main cast is simply terrific, with so many real talented youngsters. Especially the female lead for the role of Carmen, the actress is a born kind of actress with astonishing performance on acting, singing and dancing as well, an all-rounded would-be star.
The were-Romeo is also eye-catching, in a way to successfully create the role he played by his own kind of style and language.
Though the cast's performance may not up to the standard, sometimes lacks energy and acting.(perhaps FAME is too demanding for them, acting while singing, singing while dancing etc.), but they manage to show their passion and determination from this production.
Technically speaking, the lighting set up should do more to distinguish the acting zone and the background actors. Staging 70 people in such a tiny threatre often make the audenience lose their concentration and focus quite easily. Perhaps including 70 guys on stage may be a bit greedy.
While watching the show, i was wondering if the musical is go professional, would there be enough talented actors to be chosen from in the market?
Well, At least, i think it's hard to find a professional Carmen or were-Romeo to compare with the Youth Fest ones.