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The Bad Eggs, by The Bad Eggs Writers...
Very Nearly All They're 'Cracked' Up To Be
Thursday, July 1, 2004
4.0
I stayed at the Kudzu Playhouse after viewing A Midsummer Night's Dream to see the sketch comedy show, not at all knowing what to expect. The ticket price was a little high, but I later learned that it is less for students, whom I would guess are the Egg's target audience. The Bad Egg's show went very well; each performer seems to be talented in many different areas, which made it especially funny. However, I did have one complaint: just a small amount of the material seemed familiar, something too like a skit on MadTV or an episode of Southpark. Maybe coincidence, however, and the show was very funny nonetheless.

A Midsummer Night's Dream, by Shakespeare
Pure Magic
Thursday, July 1, 2004
5.0
It takes a lot to truly pull off a Shakespearean play, but this youthful cast has certainly accomplished it. The set is beautiful and one of the best I have seen at the Kudzu thus far. Every performer is talented and interesting to watch, as are the costumes, though unusually chosen. Midsummer Night's Dream is one of the best comedies ever written, in my opinion, and this performing of it justifies that opinion entirely. Hilarious, and highly reccommended!

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