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Zorro: The Fox's Tale, by Kimberly Jurgen
Bad theatre, at its worst.
Tuesday, April 10, 2001
0.0
I could not believe what I saw on stage. This show looked like it was put together by a middle school's math department. It's good performances in a very poorly written show. And where was the set? A black curtain and some tables and chairs do not make a set. For a production of Zorro I would have liked to see longer sword fighting sequences considering the average fight lasted 30 seconds with the exception of a girl fight that had no purpose being in the show. To sum-up my review, I can't believe the 14th Street Playhouse lets them continue the run of this show.

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