SUBMIT ABOUT FAQ
PEOPLE COMPANIES VENUES
LOGIN NEW USER PRODUCTIONS
REVIEWERS SIX DEGREES
A User-Driven Site for Theater in Atlanta, Georgia
ChuckFoy [ALL REVIEWERS]
Companies Reviewed#
Cumming Attractions Theatre Company1
Average Rating Given : 5.00000
Reviews in Last 6 months :
REVIEWS

Father of the Bride, by Caroline Francke
Tremendous family entertainment!
Thursday, August 26, 2004
5.0
Father of the Bride is the second CatCo production my wife and I have seen together. Both Brigadoon and Father of the Bride represented the best in wholesome family entertainment. Between R-rated violent, vulgar movies and Eminem-like music with explicit lyrics it can be difficult to find a choice like this one.

The venue is charming! The old Cumming schoolhouse's red brick face is warm and inviting. Inside we got an unexpected treat in the beautiful classrooms adorned with photos and trinkets from the school's history. Very cool. The theatre itself is gorgeous with a warm, intimate atmosphere from the natural wood floor to the open ceiling.

Father of the Bride's set was very cute. The detail was extraordinary and it was evident that a lot of people put a lot of hard work into it.

The costumes and make-up were first-rate. The caterer (Massoula?) looked authentic and Tammy's costumes (the bride's teen-age sister) were precious.

Music? They should have sold the sound-track. People just don't appreciate good music anymore. Sorry, Eminem.

The acting was terrific. I don't think any of these folks will be thanking the academy anytime soon, but you can sure see how hard they worked. The result was just like last year's Brigadoon-- we left convinced that these were not actors, but characters in the story. Bill Wilson is lovable. Katie Fox (Tammy) was cute and fit her role beautifully. Cheryl Rogers (Delilah) was hilarious. Mary Becker (Ellie) was great. Julie Andrews (Kay) was excellent as well. My good friend Steve Cook (Buckley) was great again, but my wife and I both felt that Steve's lovely wife Katy stole the show as Miss Bellamy. We roared every time she took to the stage!

And the crowd was terrific, too. They ranged from well-behaved tots to long-tenured AARP members. Everyone had a great time.

Father of the Bride is closing soon. If you haven't seen it yet, don't miss out! We can't wait to see CatCo's next project!!!


OPENING SOON
BattleActs of Love 2019
Laughing Matters
CLOSING SOON
BattleActs of Love 2019
Laughing Matters
Ever After
by Marcy Heisler (words) and Zina Goldrich (music)
Alliance Theatre Company
The Last Night of Ballyhoo
by Alfred Uhry
Stage Door Players
The Last Night of Ballyhoo
by Alfred Uhry
Stage Door Players
NOW PLAYING
A Southern Exposure
by Kelley Kingston-Strayer
Cumming Playhouse
An Octoroon
by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
Actor's Express
BattleActs of Love 2019
Laughing Matters
Daddy Long Legs
by John Caird (book) and Paul Gordon (songs)
The Legacy Theatre
Ever After
by Marcy Heisler (words) and Zina Goldrich (music)
Alliance Theatre Company
Fun Home
by Jeanine Tesori (music) and Lisa Kron (book and lyrics)
Out of Box Theatre
Gimme Liberty or Gimme Death, A Hamiltonesque Mystery
by John Babcock
Agathas: A Taste of Mystery
I Love You Because
by Ryan Cunningham (words) and Joshua Salzman (music)
Marietta Theatre Company
Junie B. Jones Is Not a Crook
by Allison Gregory
Georgia Ensemble Theatre
Midnight at the Masquerade
by The Murder Mystery Company
The Murder Mystery Company in Atlanta
Moonlight and Magnolias
by Ron Hutchinson
Georgia Ensemble Theatre
ParaNoirmal and Other Encounters
by Allen, Bodhaine, Steadman, Kiernan, and Strickland
Atlanta Radio Theatre Company
Peter and the Starcatcher
by Rick Elice
Act 3 Productions
Porcelain
by Chay Yew
Out Front Theatre Company
The Last Night of Ballyhoo
by Alfred Uhry
Stage Door Players
The Last Night of Ballyhoo
by Alfred Uhry
Stage Door Players
The Wolves
by Sarah DeLappe
Horizon Theatre Company

©2012 TheaterReview.com. All rights reserved.