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OVST’s ‘King and I’ doesn’t scrimp on talent or color

As seen in The Athens NEWS:

OVST’s ‘King and I’ doesn’t scrimp on talent or color

By: McKenzie Powell
Athens NEWS Contributor

“[dropcap]K[/dropcap]ing heed no one, nobody at all… I think,” shouts a belly-baring King of Siam, clad in a deep burgundy and gold robe, loose pants with a wide gold belt and gold cuffs tightly wrapped around his ankles.

Thai-inspired backdrops and props can be spotted throughout the stage, rich in deep reds and shiny gold hues. Lush colors adorn the various actors’striking costumes, many of which resemble traditional Thai wear.

Only one theatrical performance could possibly be represented in these scenes, the slightly serious, yet frequently humorous musical classic, “The King and I.”

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