Shrek the Musical

Shrek the Musical explored how two people became friends while on a great journey to save a princess from a dragon, with an occasional song here and there.

Shrek the Musical

Shrek the Musical explored how two people became friends while on a great journey to save a princess from a dragon, with an occasional song here and there.

The actor Donkey really got into character as he was sounding sarcastic, but was serious and he always made people laugh.

The actor of Lord Farquhar also really suited his role as his voice really went with the kind of person his character was. And he used great drama techniques.

The best scene was the Wedding part where Shrek interrupted the wedding between Princess Fiona and Lord Farquaad, beacause it was really touching but also had a sense of humor as Lord Farquaad was making funny facial expressions.

My least favorite part was when Princess Fiona was thinking about how she was going to get rescued and how she got her to talk to puppets as they’ve basically made a new character and just put her in the same story line as the princess from the movies.

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Freddie Jackson

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4 Comments

  • Luke Taylor

    On 12 June 2018, 10:53 Luke Taylor commented:

    Good review, Freddie! I never thought Shrek would make a very good musical, if I must be honest.

  • Freddie Jackson

    On 13 June 2018, 10:01 Freddie Jackson commented:

    Thank You, for the comment Luke I hope this has made you want to watch Shrek the Musical.

  • Beverley Strudwick

    On 13 June 2018, 20:54 Beverley Strudwick commented:

    Loving this review. I completely agree with what was said about the characters. Donkey was my favourite lord Farquaad was portrayed brilliantly.
    As for the ending who does not love a good wedding and a bit of I'm a believer.
    I do agree about the part where princess Fiona sings about being free, giving the puppets a voice and creating another character was not needed.
    Overall the show was amazing and so is your review

  • Freddie Jackson

    On 14 June 2018, 18:08 Freddie Jackson commented:

    Thank you for the comment, Beverly.

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