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Average Rating Given : 5.00000
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Sordid Lives, by Del Shores
Sordid Lives, Trailer Trash on Stage, Up-close and personal
Sunday, June 13, 2004
5.0
I saw this production last night and thoroughly enjoyed it. I saw the movie at a friend's place last year and bought the DVD the next day. You will enjoy this absurd story of the happenings in a small Texas town which take the death of a matriarch and turn it into a twisted, although hilarious tale. There's something for everyone in this show, but parental guidance is suggested. (for mature themes and language)

The ensemble cast does a fine job. You won't be disappointed! Shout outs to the cast and crew for a job well done. It's hard to stage a show when the movie is such a hoot and cult favorite, but Whole World has a hit on their hands with this one.

Reservations are recommended since the black box space only seats 50. Shows have been selling out. Luckily the show has just been extended

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice
Point of Clarification
Friday, May 14, 2004
-1.0
Although my name is listed in the credits, I did not music direct this show. I did start with the production, but left for personal reasons over a month before the opening. Rob has sent the corrections, but apparently those who monitor this site must make any deletion corrections, and that has not been done as of today. There are also several cast members who are no longer with the show, so check your program at the theatre closely to see who is in the current production.

Kudos to Megan Hodge for stepping in to take my place. Best wishes for continually broken legs to all the cast and crew as you continue in the run. I was happy to read the favorable reviews you have received.

I am anxious to see the many changes that have occurred since I departed. It sounds as if you have a hit on your hands...

As I have not seen this show, I cannot review or rate it and have selected "No Rating" as the score for this posting. For some reason, the code for this type of review is -1, rather than N/A or None. Please do not send me hate mail for trying to rate this show lower than zero.

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