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1776, by Peter Stone and Sherman Edwards
Fun learning History, who knew...
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
4.0
Sunday performance of this St. Mark production was very well done and received by the audience. It was hot in the theatre but we could not have been any hotter than the performers in their big costumes. The characters were very well defined and their passion showed through their voices and faces, especially the leads. The actor portraying Benjamin Franklin looked amazingly like him and all their costumes were just spot on. I learned a couple of things too about all that went on and it brought that period in history to life for me. I would recommend this show to anyone who is looking for a comical and sometimes dramatic interpretation of the signing of the Declaration of Independence.

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