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It's A Wonderful Life, by James W. Rodgers
great show
Tuesday, December 18, 2007
4.5
I am not sure what show you saw, or what you are thinking. You are certainly entitled to you opinion, though slanderous and evidently personally attacking as it is. I saw this show and thought it was great. The actors worked very well together. I came away with a good feeling of holiday spirit and enthusiasm. I enjoyed the characters in the show and thought they brought humor and life to an already wonderful story. I especially liked the angel clarence and mr potter, mean as he was. I think the cast did an excellent job and they deserve applause from all. The background sets were charming and worked well. I have seen many of New Dawn's shows and I will continue to support them and see their shows. I think they do a great job, and considering they are a community theater, and not paid, they deserve even more than this. I have never come away disppointed when seeing their shows and I hope they stick around for many years to come. To those who listen to the nasty remarks of the earlier review person, please ignore them. They obviously have a bone to pick, and unfortunately, it takes away from the hard work that this cast has most definitly put into this show. PLEASE go see this show while you have the chance. YOU WILL NOT BE SORRY. The night I went, the theater seats were packed, so get tickets quick. Good luck New Dawn. I will tell all my friends to come.

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