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Home for the Holidays, by Robert Egizio and Chuck Welcome; Musical Arrangements by Linda Uzelac
My ears hurt after that show, why so nasaly and fake?
Saturday, December 9, 2006
2.0
I thought that the play had great actors. They all did a good job. But there were flaws of course.

Birmingham played to the audience and made eye contact as though she was in a middle school production. A presentational performance, like an actor from Elizabethan England. Also her voice is so nasaly and sharp/flat. I could hardly sit through it without wincing and grimacing. Maybe the majority of these actors were never trained to sing classically...it sure seems she was not. Ariel has a very nice voice, but had trouble staying on key,as did Birmingham. It ruined her beautiful solo when she went from clear notes to a grating obnoxious sound throwing her off key. Whatever happened to round vowels ladies? I thought that Joe had a fantastic voice and that the Mom and Dad had great chemistry. However, the horrible singing by the two young ladies nearly killed me.

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