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Bell, Book, and Candle, by John Van Druten
A Good Attempt
Monday, October 25, 2004
4.0
My girlfriend and I saw this play on Saturday night and have to say that I agree with aspects of all the other reviews here. I think that overall the play was good. The sets and costumes were first rate. The script was not strong and I feel most of the cast did a good job considering what they had to work with. Coco Chalfant was very good and Eric Roache and Charles Green gave fine performances as well. I thought Jason Vaughn was excellent and given better material he would probably be outstanding. I would assume that Shawna Tucker is normally a good actress. She was horribly miscast here though. I did not buy her performance at all. Where Vaughn's performance was believeable and sincere, she seemed to be trying much too hard. Overall, my girlfriend and I liked the play and we were not disappointed at all that we went to see it.

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