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Crazy for You, by Book by Ken Ludwig, Music and Lyrics by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin.
Excellent show!
Friday, July 27, 2007
-1.0
This was a very entertaining evening at the theater! Nick Fehn took comamnding lead and carried it right through with his beautiful voice and surprising dancing. His vocal training was very apparent. It's rare for someone who can sing so well to also be able to dance. The mirror/drunk scene with Nick and Ryan Blasingame was fabulous!

The choreography was delightful! The follies looked like girls who'd been dancing together for years. The sets were clever. And the direction was seamless; with a bunch of little things that add up to brilliant. The band was excellent and it always adds so much to have live music.

A show that had me humming and tapping all the way home!

Little Shop of Horrors, by Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman Music by Alan Menken
Excellent show, fabulous cast
Sunday, June 10, 2007
-1.0
Brent Davis and Caitlin Wade were expected to be fabulous and they delivered with great singing and acting. Caitlin's accent was perfect -- not too much but very believable. Brent proved his ability to steal a show in Aladdin and again delivered a solid performance, this time as the lead.

I was blown away by Michael Reep! What talent. The clarity and strength of his baritone voice as both Mushnik and Audrey 2, was the highlight. The song he and Brent sang gave me chills. And Michael is not only a singer, he transcended his 15 years and became a middle-aged shop owner right down to his carriage. An awesome performance.

Hannah Herndon's voice was one of the strongest, truest in the cast. And it's always a delight to see Sarah Stitt in anything. Great job ladies.

As always FCFT put together a fun evening out. I did not know the show and am a tough sell on fantasy but bought it hook, line and sinker. Great show Tammy!

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