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A Christmas Carol, by
Christmas Carol
Wednesday, December 3, 2003
1.0
I am actually in this show. I am Mrs. Cratchit and I have to agree with the critic. I know that it's not normal for a cast member to down their own show, but under the circumstances that we have had to work with....I FULLY AGREE. I have been in several shows and I have never worked with a director more inept than ours was. He has no sense of flow. The most that he did was yell at us and tell us that we didn't know what we where doing, when infact, he changed the blocking even up to the day before the show opens. I agree with this critic in the fact that there were very few actors in the show that were good. However, we are only as good as our director. Several of us have tried to pull the show together with lots of effort, but unfortunatly due to Mr. Christians direction and "vision" it was nearly impossible. I do say that you should not come see this show, unless you know someone in it. It is not worth waisting your money on seeing it. Sorry to say that, but it's the truth. Good call on the critics part. The only thing I disagree with is the lack of accents. I myself had a very good english accent, but that's only one person out of 24 or 25. Guess it didn't make an impression.

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