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Alice in Wonderland, by
HILARIOUS!!A MUST SEE!! HAHAHA!!!:-D
Saturday, July 10, 2004
5.0
I just got back from it, and it was HILARIOUS!! I do know lots of hte people in the play, but that doesnt change a thing...hahaha Melissa was the coolest cat i have EVER seen!! and lindsay (she is only in for for 2 weeks, filling in for mark) was cool...lol and stacey who was hte doormouse and chessire cat is aweosme too....(and staceys bio is the best bio i have ever seen;)) uhhhh....yes....haha though the flour that hte cook kept shaking did get a little annoying, but it added a cool effect....the day i went (today..which is saturday) the audience was dead, and i may of loked wierd craking up the whle show, but the show really is funny...which i have said about a bijillion times...sorry i think i have a diseae where i repeat myself...anyways...aweomse job!!! it was really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really funny!!


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