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Father of the Bride, by Caroline Francke
must see!
Tuesday, August 17, 2004
5.0
This is a wonderful production. The concept that men and women think differently about many things, including weddings, is timeless. It brings home what a boring world it would be if this weren't true.

I laughed all through the play. All the acting was tremendous. Bill wilson, as Stanley Banks, gave a particularly accurate portayal of a father, naturally concerned about finances and logistics, but who just can't say no to his little girl on her special day. The scene where, when asked why only 150 people can come to the reception, and says because the house won't hold more than 150, is particularly effective. So is his constant mantra, when asked for a backup plan, that 'it won't rain'.

CATCO's new venue, Cumming Playhouse, is a great theatre, and a wonderful addition to the area.




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