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Zorro: The Fox's Tale, by Kimberly Jurgen
the fox trips over his tail
Thursday, April 5, 2001
1.0
overall this play could only be compared to the likes of a poorly done high school show. this play lacks set, ensamble, and above all, it lacks script. however, there are some great performances given by dolph amick and kara cantrell. the two actors seemed like they were on a level of their own compared to the rest of the cast, who didnt do a bad job, considering the script they had to work with. i think had they thrown in a few set peices and a better script, this could have been a pretty good show.

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