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Dad's Garage Theatre Company1
Average Rating Given : 5.00000
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Debbie Does Dallas, The Musical, by Adapted by Erica Scmidt
Wow - That was so much fun!
Friday, October 1, 2004
5.0
I loved this show! I will definitely be attending it again. And the bonus part is, it is only 1 1/2 hours long, so you can stay for the improv and make a night of it!!

Dad's Garage has really done it this time with Debbie Does Dallas. This show was non stop laughs from start to finish. The choreography was tight and fun to watch, and the music, while not the greatest, was sung by some amazing singers!

My particular faves were, in no particular order:

The football players - I thought Dan T. was going to have an aneurysm from the 'roid rage.
Mr. Greenfelt - Can he get any dorkier? I loved it!
The lighting and sound - Very appropriate and set scenes very well.
The tap dance - I can't say too much, you have to see it to believe it.
The moment towards the end when... well, I don't want to give it away, but let me tell you, I was freaking out for Debbie - I thought she was for real.
And speaking of Debbie, she was awesome! I loved her performance, and got to meet her after the show. A really beautiful and talented girl!

Go see this show!! I'll see you there!

-Chris

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