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Chicago, by Kander and Ebb
Chicago
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
4.0
Chicago....in Cumming? I must admit that I didn't think this would go well, but I was very surprised. The music was first rate, hats off to Bob Russell. I think it made the show. Lauren Jann was very good as Velma Kelly and I thought Nicholas Morrett was very good as "Mr. Cellophane". The remainder of the cast all did an excellent job in support. All in all, an above average performance, very entertaining, and well worth the price of admission.

Barefoot in the Park, by Neil Simon
Great Night Out
Thursday, March 8, 2007
5.0
This is another great Rosewater production. The cast have great chemistry and the result is a hilarious evening in a great venue. John Spencer has only one scene but steals it just the same. I couldn't stop laughing. Kimberly Hamilton (Corie) and Daniel VanHeil (Paul) actually seem to fit together. I wouldn't want Mark Schroeder to install my phone but again he just seems to fit in the craziness. Valerie Wagoner (Ethel Banks) and Don Hawkins (Victor Velasco) do their best to steal a few scenes, especially after "the night on the town". Everyone in the cast just seems to fit into their roles and the result is a very laugh filled evening. An honorable mention to the set, great work and the snow through the skylight is the finishing touch. Great job all around. I would love to see these actors together for other productions.

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