About Maranda Orrell

Maranda Orrell is a senior at Vanderbilt University pursuing a degree in History with a minor in Music. She also participates in student organizations, focusing on goals ranging from improving childhood literacy to honoring academic achievement. Maranda hopes to complete her Nashville bucket list and enjoy many of the arts and entertainment sites the city has to offer before she graduates.

Theater review: Riotous Humor Ensues in BRT’s ‘Noises Off’

Dubbed “the funniest comedy ever written” by The New York Post, Michael Frayn’s Noises Off showcases crazy antics and hilarity. And as directed by Corbin Green, Boiler Room Theatre’s cast and crew bring their A-game to the fast-paced show. Noises Off revolves around life in the theater, complete with actors’ egos and cast love triangles. […]

Theater review: NCT Succeeds in Portraying the Art of Overcoming

Nashville Children’s Theatre continues to live up to its billing. Hailed by Time magazine in 2004 as one of the top five young audience theaters in the country, it delivers yet another success with Don’t Tell Me I Can’t Fly. The show, written by playwright Y York and directed by Scot Copeland, is based on […]