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Bell, Book, and Candle, by John Van Druten
I Saw the Same Show as Did Dudley
Sunday, October 24, 2004
2.0
I have to agree with almost everything Dudley said, with a couple exceptions. First, I think it was a major omission not to mention the superb performance by Coco Chalfant as Aunt Queenie. To me, Chalfant did a perfect job of making Aunt Queenie humorous without becoming a caricature and was the only character who evoked any emotion from me. Charles Green was also very humourous and did a strong job in his role. I felt absolutely no chemistry or "magic" between Shawna Tucker and Jason Vaughn as Shep and Jill and agree with Dudley that the two of them were not compatible for these roles. Of course, Piehacket (no idea how to spell that) was purrfect. Overall, I was very disappointed.

Riotproof--No reason to attack Dudley. He can have his own opinions.

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