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Alice in Wonderland, by
For Older kids, but i still sggest going to see it!
Sunday, July 11, 2004
4.0
I really did like this show. I would give it a 5, except for that it isnt for younger children. They would enjoy the basic plot, yes, but they dont get any of the adult humour, which makes up most of the play. It is still a childrens show, and I still suggest going to see it, but for children wise, its not the best Kudzu Playhouse has put on. I have become very interested in Kudzu Playhouse, after I saw The Little Mermaid and A Midsummer Night's Dream, and I plan on going to see more shows at Kudzu Playhouse too. The kids in this play were very talented for the most part. (About 1 or 2 kids in the show did over-act, but it didnt effect the show much..Unless you are a theater-lover like I am, you might not notice it!) I do though, have to say they should of casted more kids for this show, as most of the actors had 3 or 4 roles to play, which in my opinion sort of lost the "dream" of the show, if that makes any sense. I still enjoyed it very much, and if anyone from the cast is reading, give yourself a pat on the back for all of your hard work!

The Little Mermaid, by Jeannie and Wally Hinds
Great
Thursday, July 1, 2004
4.0
It wasnt the best show I have seen at the Kudzu Playhouse, but it was a great production. I do know some of the people in the cast, and if the girl who made this topic really is the "real" stacey, you cant get mad at her. She is just advertising a pretty good show. It would be a fabulous production for kids between the ages of 3-10, but plaese be sure that you children are quiet, because when I went to see the show, all the young kids were very very loud, making the actors and actresses have to scream. Great job to the cast, and good luck in future shows.

A Midsummer Night's Dream, by Shakespeare
ONE OF KUDZU'S BEST
Thursday, July 1, 2004
5.0
Wonderful job to the cast and crew of A Midsummer Night's Dream! I feel that show should go longer then 2 weeks, but I am sure whatever show coming up next will be fabulous too. First, I have to comment on the play-within-the-play scene which was hilarious. Bottam, who plays Pyramus, did an amazing job! (And looked VERY funny in his muscle-man outfit) The young lady who played Tom Snout (a.k.a. "wall") had me laughing throughout the whole scene, and also the girl who played Flute (a.k.a. Thisby) did a marvelous job, and I see no other person being able to fit that character. Great job to Jessica Marks as she was the most gorgeous Titania I have ever seen and to the fairies as well! Mark Shaw stole the show with his role of Puck, which had me laughing my head off every time he even walked onto the stage. The ladies who played Helena and Hermia were absolutely awesome! And the guys who played Lysander and Demetrius (hope I spelled that right) were fantastic! (And funny!) I definitely give this show a five, as it is the best show I have seen in a while! If you go see the show on a Friday or Saturday night, stay for Bad Eggs which is a comedy group!


Also, this is one of Kudzu Playhouse's BEST shows!

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