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The Foreigner, by Larry Shue
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Friday, January 30, 2004
1.0
I would like to say that I am not under the influence of anything that has been said, nor do I plan to add on anymore comments about this show. As harsh as Taylor is...he does have a point about the show. It wasn't really as good as everyone says. Yes the set was not up to par. And I do feel as though it was a rush job. I do believe that they could have done better if they had more time to work on the show. But to put a show together in a week and say that it was a really good show is not very logical. I'm sorry, maybe you guys were off alittle; maybe you guys were having a bad night. But one thing is for sure--you can tell that this show was put on in a week. I don't think that it's the actors fault that this show flopped. I have seen other shows with them in it, and they were very good. I think that the actors did the best they could with what they had and in the time they had to get it done. I'm sure it was a real challenge. Like I said, I think the actors are very talented, but I'm sorry....you didn't pull it off. I do not blame the actors for this. I have to blame the owners. When you own a buisness, you need to run it like a buisness. I have to agree with some of the comments made. I feel that THIS show was unorganized. I understand that things can sometimes go wrong for a buisness, but I cannot give a good rating just because you tried. I have to give an honest review of the show. I have to review the show for what it was as a whole. There were several things that just couldn't be ignored. Yes, for the first time,I felt that I was "robbed" of my money. Normally the shows are much better than this. All I know, is that the this whole thing could have been avoided if the owners had better buisness and management skills. That's all I have to say. I will not be responding to anything that is written about this review, as I find it childish to do so. I will not write another review until the next show. I believe that this website is for reviews only and that is all it should be used for. Not for bashing each other, or even commenting on other peoples reviews. It's a website for reviewing shows. Personally after hearing everything, I feel that taylor and Jason should not be allowed to have any of their reviews or comments published again. I feel as though they have abused their privliges of making reviews and comments.

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