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Something Wicked This Way Comes...and I like it!
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
4.5
I attended this production last Friday, October 10, 2008. This is the first production that I have seen at this company. Overall, I found it quite enjoyable. The cast was diverse and seemed well rehearsed and comfortable in their characters.

This play is quirky and different and to me that is what made it enjoyable. The actor that played Autumn was hysterical in the second act when she came out whining about her costume. It seemed sincere and I felt like I was watching a real family situation.

The grandmother was my favorite character and, I felt, very likable. I have debated over whether or not I thought the character should have been played with "an old lady voice" as it was played by a man. I have decided that I liked it so much as it was, why change a good thing.

The children in the cast deserve mentioning. They were all very well spoken and I believe they have a lot of potential in their craft.

In closing, thank you for an enjoyable performance. I believe the money was well worth the entertainment.


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