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The Voice of the Prairie, by John Olive
just don't get it
Monday, March 21, 2005
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I saw this show on opening night and I just have to say that though Theatre Gael usually churns out some quality theater, this production is just plain bad. Aside from the plot being impossible to follow ,i I found the acting to be the most difficult thing to stomach. There is one particular actress in the show that I have seen "perform" many times and i mean "perform'", and I continually ask myself why she continues to get cast. It seem like this time and time again has now idea what talent is and frequently is scraping the bottle of the barrel. Avoid this one at all costs.

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