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Average Rating Given : 3.66667
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REVIEWS

Our Country's Good, by Timberlake Wertenbaker
Beautiful Moments and Strong Women
Sunday, October 1, 2000
4.0
Director Rachel May deserves kudos for pulling together a strong production of a very ambitious, and brilliant, script. Although, at times uneven, "Our Country's Good" contains enough beautiful, thought-provoking, and emotional moments to make for a powerful evening on theatre. Stacy Melich, Hope Mirlis, Ann Towns and Sherri Sutton shine.

The Illusion, by Pierre Corneille (adapted by Tony Kushner)
Some interesting moments--but, in the end, unengaging
Monday, September 25, 2000
3.0
Sorry...I don't agree wtih Kathy Janich or theaterbug. I thought "The Illusion" was, at times, very pretty to watch and to hear, but as a whole, it failed to engage me on any level. I'm not sure what was missing, but something didn't quite work for me. I fell in love with the first scene, but the play lost me after that. I did like the the director's use of space and thought that, overall, the lighting and staging were visually stimulating. Still, something didn't click--and I left the theater feeling unfulfilled.

O Happy Day!, by Graham Chapman & Barry Cryer
Energetic Cast Saves Dated Script
Monday, September 25, 2000
4.0
An energetic cast is the saving grace of this dated and mediocre script. The first act is fast-paced and offers lots of build up but the second act fails to deliver, never living up to the manic pace you would expect from a British farce. Doyle Reynolds shines throughout but other Dad's regulars (Matt Stanton, George Faughnan, Kendra Myeres) are stuck with underdeveloped characters. Despite it's flaws, the cast is having a ball and chances are you will too.

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