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Kudzu Children's Theater1
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Alice in Wonderland, by
UMM i'm not quite sure about this play.
Sunday, July 25, 2004
3.0
I must say that when i watched this show i laughed, but it is definately not the best show kudzu has done. Maybe it was just the script cos i think the cast did a remarkable job. Very funny! Unfortunately there were some characters i couldnt hear. And near the end the show seemed to drag and i got tired. Other than that, dee and dum constantly made me laugh and the queen too. She surprised me sometimes with her anger. I jumped a couple of times. Unfortunately the king was up to my expectations and neither was alice or the cat. The cat wasn't cat-like, which im sure you were going for but the acting could be slightly improved. Alice was ok. She put me off with her *english* accent. Unless it wasn't english. I don't know but it was pretty bad if you ask me. Overall it was good. It could have been picked up and moved along faster but it was good. I congratulate each and every one of you.

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