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Daddy's Dyin' Who's Got the Will?, by Del Shores
Someone pandered to
Monday, October 27, 2008
5.0
It is a shame that Rockdale Writer missed the entertaining and poignant story line of the play because of their over sensative values. All they heard was the language and totally missed the point of the play. This production made you laugh and cry at the same time and I would be willing to bet that that was the intention of Mr. Shores when he wrote it. This is community theater at its best and these "amateurs" as they were referred to did a marvelous job. Community theater by design is done not by professional actors but by people who have a passion to perform in their own hometown and this production was outstanding.

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