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Kudzu Playhouse1
Average Rating Given : 4.00000
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Forever Plaid, by Stuart Ross
I am not a reviewer
Tuesday, August 24, 2004
I am not a reviewer, as a matter of fact this is the first time I have ever reviewed anything and I'm sure it will show. But, I do enjoy going to theater, have probably seen 8 to 10 shows this year and know what I enjoy. I did enjoy this show very much. There were some little choreography and music glitches that I noticed but I chalk that up to the fact that it was opening weekend. I feel that these little "glitches" will fad away in a week or so.
I enjoyed the acting and felt all four played their characters well. To me they were very believable and enjoyable. I really liked that they all seemed to be having such a good time and thought this made it easier for the audience to get wrapped up in the show and have an equally good time.
Even though the music style was "before my time" I honestly thought most of it sounded wonderful.
I feel that when you leave a theater you should feel that you have been entertained and the whole experience was one that brought you joy or laughter or taught you a lesson or made you think. I think it should be something that you can say to friends "you should go see this show because ...". To me this was that kind of show and I have told friends they should go because it was fun, entertaining, made for a very enjoyable evening and I'd see it again.

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