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Ragtime, by Terrence McNally, Stephen Flaherty, Lynn Ahrens
Fabulous Production
Sunday, March 19, 2006
5.0
I just happened to be in the area of Sandy Springs and saw that the play Ragtime was showing i had nothing to do on a Friday so I just went. What I thought was to be a typical high school turned out to be one of the best plays I has seen put on in a long time. North Springs High School really out did theirselves this time. The music and sining was hype the acting was stelar the props were ok but everything else made up for it in the long run. By far the best scene in the play was Getting Ready Rag , I was blown away by all the energy that was given off exspecialy in the dance number, that boy in the red,white,and black plad suit was workin it .I felt like dancing with them. All in all the play was fabulous everything about it except for a few things (pit band) were fabulous. I highly recommand you this play, it has everything you are looking for in a play and more.
P.S., The girl who played Emma Goldman ROCKED!!!!!!!!

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