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Oliver!, by
Great!
Saturday, May 3, 2008
4.5
I saw this on opening night and I thought it was fantastic! You really blew me away. I thought Fagin was amazing, As were Bill Sykes and Nancy, Mr. Brownlow, Mr. Bumble and Widow Corny were fabulous, Oliver and Dodger were Amazing as were they adorable, Bet was very very good and I thought she did a wonderful job of taking her part and making it her own, Old Sally was very good! The Sowerberrys were very goood and I thought they all worked very well in their charecters. the pickpockets were adorable and also very talented children! The Ensemble was great. My favorite song was Oom-pa-pa, The dancing as well as the singing was wonderful! I thought that the singing sounded very good and the acting was great! In a few scenes the acting needs to be worked on a bit but nothing was really bad. I think this show was one of the best CYT shows I have seen yet. In Who will buy the Sellers were great, the rose seller had a very good voice and I really enjoyed listening to her sing. The Milk maid was very good, a little bit nasily but she still had a beautiful voice. The Strawberry Seller had a beautiful high voice and I loved listening to her. The knive grinder had a very nice tenor voice. All around the show was wonderful and I hope I will be able to see it again!

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