Did you know that you can watch live performances of your favorite teen angst television shows at every Tuesday for a mere $5? (Though luckily my fellow Chickster scored us tickets by winning the Zack Attack album cover drawing contest from last week’s Highball TV Dinner Saved by the Bell mini-marathon. See top drawing of the previous hyperlink.)
The first official Staged by the Bell at the Spiderhouse in the past.) They mostly stuck to the script, while inserting a certain amount of melodrama and mock acting that was truly inspired.was the “Spring Fling” episode of 90210. A native 90210 fan and theater kid, I was impressed by the tribute to one of the better known episodes of this series. (They’ve also performed
Drew Burton, who played Luke Perry playing Dylan, really had some of that actor’s more annoying quarks nailed. Constantly looking off into space when he was supposedly talking to Brenda, raising those dark eyebrows at irrational times, that raspy voice…
Martina Ohlhauser, who portrayed Tori Spelling portraying Donna, was great at acting like she couldn’t act. Also the “I’m physically melting” crouch that Brenda (Sara Osburn) did whenever Dylan laid a truly lame line on her, was hysterical.
All the actors’ portrayed characters/actors were well-played. You should check it out if you find yourself craving a little more fun than the television can provide on a Tuesday night.