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Oliver!, by
Aweful
Sunday, May 18, 2008
1.0
i personally thought this show was terrible, it was very dry & bland, and it was hard to understand half of what the actors were saying. i also found that there was very little movement or blocking in the show, for most scenes the only action that took place was the actors walking toward the area of the stage where they would stand for the rest of the scene to deliver their lines. the one redeeming quality was the music, the majority of the singers were very good, but with a few exceptions. i have seen previous CYT shows in the past & know what they are capable of putting on, so to see Oliver was a very big disappointment for me. I hope CYT raises the bar for their next show or else i have a feeling, that most people, like myself, will not return to see any future shows they put on.

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