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See How They Run, by Philip King
It was awesome! Funny! Funny!
Tuesday, September 26, 2006
5.0
After a very exhausting day at work I went to see this play and thought I'd fall asleep because of the long day I'd had. This play was absolutely hilarious!!! Sorry Square, I don't know what play you were watching when Brian Baumann came up, but he was hilarious, especially with the hand movements he coined and had others copying.

My two favorite characters were Ida and Ms. Skillon!!! Those two women were just too funny, didn't seem to have to work hard to master the person they wanted to interpret. The German soldier was great with his German accent and no facial expressions.

I went home with a tummy ache from laughing so hard! Brian as Rev. Humphrey was great and nothing at all like what the other reviewer says. I'm looking forward to see him again in more plays. I saw him in A Christmas Carol last year and he stole the show.

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