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Young King Arthur
a Children's Theater
CATEGORY : CHILDREN


COMPANY : Kudzu Children's Theater [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Kudzu Playhouse [WEBSITE]
ID# 1037

SHOWING : August 14, 2004 - October 03, 2004

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION


CAST & CREW LIST
Young Guinevere Shira Davida Fried
Merlin David Olson
Guinevere's Nanny Lindsay Olson
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REVIEWS

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the little children's theatre that could
by Okely Dokely
Sunday, September 19, 2004
NR
This is going to be fairly short, and I'm not going to get into many specifics. This is a children's show, and there are some very young people in the cast, and I don't want to hurt the feelings of any children who may read this, nor do I want to discourage them from continuing to do theatre. I saw YKA this afternoon and am choosing not to rate it because I don't believe I should rate it by the same standards I usually do. But I wanted to hop on here and make a couple of comments.

Firstly, Jennifer Borden is to be applauded. The costumes are wonderful, as they consistently seem to be at Kudzu. The body mic thing was a nice touch, too. It took me a while to figure out how the voices suddenly became echo-y. I don't like to admit when I'm stumped, but you had me there for a good few minutes. By far, my favorite performance came from Angela Schaffner as Morgan le Fay. She is a fantastic actress, and I am now kicking myself for not seeing her in earlier shows. She dominated the stage with her wonderful presence, and I wanted to make sure she got her due mention. I will definitely see her again after this.

That's about it. Some things were better than others, but for a production like this, I don't need to get into "some things." This was not the best Kudzu Children's production I've seen, but I'd recommend it if you have or know someone young who'd like a nice Saturday or Sunday afternoon out.

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