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Misery, by Stephen King, Adapted for the Stage by Simon Moore
Misery....only the title!
Sunday, October 28, 2007
4.5
Ok...I saw Misery on Friday evening in Cartersville...WOW...very good! Carolyn Choe IS Annie Wilkes. She was amazing. Kudos to the director for casting that role perfectly! The set was very detailed and technically it was one of the best shows I have seen...the lighting and the sound effects were excellent. The actor playing Paul Sheldon did a good job and I understand that this is his first time ever to be on stage and there were times when he was too whiney and needed to be a little more forceful, but all in all he did a fine job. If you have read the book or seen the movie you will not be disappointed and if you haven't...all the better, there will be lots of surprises to keep you on the edge of your seat. There is some strong language and some "omg..i am going to gag" scenes, so keep that in mind when deciding whether to bring the kids...I think I will have to see it again before it closes...yep, it was that good!

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