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The Music Man , by Book, Music & Lyrics: Meredith Willson
Poor work
Sunday, August 3, 2008
2.0
I am very disappointed in this production. It seems like most of the parts were cast by visibly too young actors/actresses. Harold Hill and Charlie Cowell were the two that really came across as entirely too young to be involved in their parts. What was with the fake moustache? The acting was weak, except for a couple of people and I felt like the costumes weren't even close to 1912. The suits on some of them looked like a cheap 1970's movie.

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