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Cheaper By the Dozen
CATEGORY : DRAMA
by Christopher Sergel

COMPANY : Little General Playhouse
VENUE : Little General Playhouse
ID# 611

SHOWING : November 08, 2002 - November 24, 2002

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION


CAST & CREW LIST
Cast Steven F. Sarotte
Costumes, Props Zanny Leach Dillson
Larry Jay Christi
Bill Gilbreth Nicholas Crawley
Lillian Gilbreth Emily Dillson
Mrs. Fitzgerald Zanny Leach Dillson
Anne Gilbrth Susan Dulaney
Frank Gilbreth Sr. Will W Fowlkes
Martha Gilbreth Hillari Fowlkes
Ernestine Gilbreth Denise M. Hanson
Miss Brill Cindy Hayes
Fred Gilbreth Jeremy Kent
Dan Gilbreth Justin Livingston
Joe Scales Matthew Sparkman
Dr. Lillian Moller Gilbreth Denyea Swartz
Frank Gilbreth, Jr. Ben Thorpe
Jackie Gilbreth Brittany Wheeler
Dr. Burton Adam Zangara
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REVIEWS

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not bad
by breezy7890
Monday, January 27, 2003
3.0
I thought the show overall was a sucess. Although it was slow at times, that was mainly the script's fault. I thought there was a lot of talent in the show, although some of the youngest children did not project as well as they could have. The set was nice. Overall, I thought they did as well as they could have given the script. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
Dozen Disaster
by Molly
Sunday, November 24, 2002
1.0
This may be the worst theatre production I have seen in Atlanta this year. Not only was it a waste of money, it was a waste of my time. Poor direction was the primary problem. Much of the time, many of the actors were delivering their lines to the back wall. I saw more backs of the kids than I saw their faces. Even when they were delivering lines toward the audience, it was difficult to understand most of the children. The narrators' continual pacing back and forth from the front to the back to the front of the theatre was very annoying. A scene several minutes in length that was done completely from back stage could easily have been done at the front of the stage and not have completely bored the audience. Two bright lights in this production were the characters of Anne and Dan, played by Susan Delaney and Justin Livingston. They were the two actors who actually acted and didn't merely just deliver their lines. I have seen many wonderful productions at this theatre and hope for more to come, but saying that this show was mediocre would be generous. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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