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Oliver!, by
Impressive
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
4.0
I am not a huge fan of the show Oliver...i don't like the script or the music. that being said, I was very impressed by CYT Atlanta's version of this show. The singing and the dancing were very good! The acting as a whole was about average, but there were certain characters who were just fantastic all around. my favorite characters were Fagin, Bill Sykes, Nancy, Mr. Sourberry, and Oliver. Fagin in my opinion stole that show! He was fantastic! Very funny and very believable. Bill Sykes was very good but there were times when his energy was down, therefore his acting was hard 2 believe. Nancy had a WONDERFUL voice, but her acting was kind of weak. Mr. Sourberry had a good voice and was very funny, but in Boy For Sale he did not sing even remotely close 2 his character voice which was kind of disappointing. Oliver was very good acting and singing and was very believable. It was certainly no Beauty and the Beast, but it was still a very good show! I would say that, next 2 Beauty and the Beast, this is the second best show CYT Atlanta has ever done.

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