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Average Rating Given : 4.66667
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REVIEWS

The Miracle Worker, by William Gibson
Stop Talkin Trash!!!!
Friday, September 22, 2006
5.0
The Miracle Worker is a fine production! Just because you all hate Rob, dont trasah his play! The actors are amazing and Rob did an awesome job. I would have loved to be in Miracle Worker! Just because a few scenes dont make any sence, doesnt mean the play is bad!

Just because the theatre isn't the Fox doesn't mean that its "icky"! It's a well put together play and should be seen before it closes! Only a few more weekends

Narnia, by Jules Tasca, with lyrics by Ted Drachman and music by Thomas Tierney
Out With A Bang!
Monday, September 4, 2006
4.0
I went and saw it the last night it played, but with all of the people, it was kinda hard to enjoy it. Peter (Jay Martin) was extremly good, but he smiled on every line, which is a bad thing in this case. Susan & Lucy have amazing voices, and should keep on singing! The Beavers were my favorite. Hats off to Craig and Becca! I have to admit, Aslan (Bill Mann) was kinda corny. He's a good singer, but his costume was over the top. Edmund, was good, and the White Witches costume was awesome. The music was good, and I liked the play a lot!

The Miracle Worker, by William Gibson
LOVED IT!!!!!!!
Saturday, September 2, 2006
5.0
I saw it on September 1, opening night, and it was awesome! Amanda Pickard was so good! She waS very emmotional, and she really acted like she WAS Annie Sulivan! Helen Keller- Megan Koehler - was amazing, even though she had no lines. Her reactions to everyone were so good! It's a must see!

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Hair
by Gerome Ragni & James Rado (words), Galt MacDermot (music)
Serenbe Playhouse
Rerooting
by Betty Cheney
Academy Theatre
Slaying Holofernes
by Emily McClain
Essential Theatre
Spring Awakening
by Music by Duncan Sheik, Book and Lyrics by Steven Sater
Onstage Atlanta, Inc.
The Ascension of Twyla Potts
by Fred Perry
The Front Porch Players
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by John Cariani
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by Ben Thorpe
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by John Caird (book) and Stephen Schwartz (songs)
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Daddy Long Legs
by John Caird (book) and Paul Gordon (songs)
The Legacy Theatre
Hair
by Gerome Ragni & James Rado (words), Galt MacDermot (music)
Serenbe Playhouse
Head Over Heels
by Jeff Whitty, the Go-Go’s
Actor's Express
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by The Murder Mystery Company
The Murder Mystery Company in Atlanta
Puffs
by Matt Cox
Elm Street Cultural Arts Village
Rerooting
by Betty Cheney
Academy Theatre
Slaying Holofernes
by Emily McClain
Essential Theatre
Spring Awakening
by Music by Duncan Sheik, Book and Lyrics by Steven Sater
Onstage Atlanta, Inc.
The Ascension of Twyla Potts
by Fred Perry
The Front Porch Players
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by By Ruth and Augustus Goetz
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