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Zorro: The Fox's Tale, by Kimberly Jurgen
Finally! A show for the whole family!!
Monday, April 9, 2001
5.0
"Zorro: The Fox's Tale" is a show for the whole family! A wonderful comedy, with something for everyone. My 5-year-old son thoroughly enjoyed the sword fighting and swash buckling. My husband and I enjoyed the incredible talents of Dolph Amick (Sgt. Gonzales); Kara Cantrell (Lupita); Rachel Connerty (Cela Vano); and especially the Sly Jim Sligh (the bumbling John Masterson). The entire cast is very talented and obviously well versed in stage combat.

Kudos to Kimberly Jurgen for a wonderful script. (I wonder if she was "Miguel"??)

This show is a must see!!

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