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Bus Stop, by William Inge

Saturday, April 12, 2008
4.5
Last night my family and I went to see Bus Stop in Cartersville. It was our first time there and what a delight! The theatre is quaint, beautiful, and inviting. And the play was done so well! This is a great example of community theatre at its best. The set is amazing, you could even see snow blowing outside the door to the diner! The play took me through a series of emotions, as the characters showed their weaknesses and strengths. The actors do a great job. Carolyn Choe did a great job directing this play. I plan to go back with friends.

Lend Me A Tenor, by Ken Ludwig
Don't Miss This Show!
Sunday, May 6, 2007
5.0
My husband and I saw Lend Me A Tenor at Theater On Main this weekend and WOW! It is hilarious and very well done! My husband is not usually a laugh out-loud person, but he was in tears from laughing so hard! I usually just use this site to read reviews, but was so impressed I felt someone should review it and let everyone else know this show is WELL worth going to see! Everyone leaving the theater was raving about how good it was! Did anyone else see it?

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