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Average Rating Given : 4.00000
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Maggie's Getting Married, by Norm Foster
Oh Bright New Day!!!!
Thursday, May 6, 2004
4.0
I had the pleasure of watching this show during opening weekend, and I'm just getting a chance to review it (don't ask, long story...a sordid tale of laundry, Old Town Roswell, and peanut butter). Hiccup!! Ok, so back to the review. I liked the show. I had a good time, the actors appeared to have fun and they were honest in the roles. The set looked impressive, and a game ball definitely goes out to Wally and Jennifer (Big Ups!!). I think Richard Omark did a terrific job with his character. He had tons of fun and alot of color in his performance. His ending monolouge was very honest as well. Richard, good job. James Sutton did well also in his portrayl of Axel. Nice timing, good work, and again, he had fun. Good job Jim. The entire cast put great effort into this show, and it's thoroughly enjoyable. The only thing about the show I didn't like was the script, which you can't blame on the actors (the script is very formulaic and many of the jokes are written into it). I'm a big believer in jokes writing themselves in a script (many of y'all may disagree, but hey, that's just my take). Good job to all at Kudzu, and I look foward to your next show!

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