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Steel Magnolias

a Comedy/Drama
CATEGORY : COMEDY DRAMA
by Robert Harling

COMPANY : Blackwell Playhouse
VENUE : Blackwell Playhouse
ID# 2121

SHOWING : March 02, 2007 - March 17, 2007

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Steel Magnolias, by Robert Harling, is a 1987 off-Broadway play, made into a successful movie in 1989. Based on the author's experience with the death of his sister, Steel Magnolias is a comedy-drama about the bond among a group of southern women in northwest Louisiana.


CAST & CREW LIST
Cast John Christian
Director Rob Hardie
Stage Manager Darlene Tillery
Truvy Adrienne Harris
Ouiser Martha Knighton
Mlynn Tomi Funderburk Lavinder
Clairee Pam Sharpe
Shelby Donna Katherine Shute
Annelle Robin Steele-Thornhill
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REVIEWS

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A Tremedous Show
by BforMe
Monday, March 12, 2007
5.0
This was one of the best productions of this show that I have ever seen. I actually liked it better than Georgia Ensembles recent version. You really believed that the women in the show were friends. All of these women did a fab job, but special kudos to Tomi Lavinder as Mlynn and Pam Sharpe as Clairee. Their timing was excellent. I must give credit to director, Rob Hardie for guiding this ensemble to a very believable and heart warming experience. His staging worked very well. I highly recommend this show. I did hear some noise backstage, and that was distracting. The curtain speech about a Christian band was a bit strange as well. But I guess they needed to promote them for a show. That is the worst that i can say, I'm afraid. Also, the ambiance at this theater was nice, but I wish they had sold drinks at intermission. I guess I am getting too Picky. The show it's self, the acting and direction: I give a solid 5. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
A 4.5 For this wonderful show!
by MuzicKal
Tuesday, March 6, 2007
4.0
I have to agree, this is a great ensemble cast. I might have rated it a 5, but the lighting was a bit dim and there were no programs. All six women were great, but I must say that there were some stand outs. the actress playing Annelle was not just playing her, she WAS her. The dynamics between mother and daughter were very close to what I saw in my household growing up. The comic timing of Ouiser and Claree just stole the show. I saw this 2 years ago in Acworth, and enjoyed it then. This production is even better. Kudos to the director for his casting eye and his staging. This show is worth seeing. I would have liked to have seen a set with more pictures, knick knacks etc, but I guess I am picking at straws. Job well done ladies! [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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