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Into the Woods, by Sondheim/Lapine
Happily ever after...
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
4.5
I'd happily go into the woods with this cast any day!

I�ve seen several shows at St. Mark, and I�ve always been impressed by them, however, this show was amazing. The vocal ability, comedic timing, costuming, and overall entertainment factor was great. We saw the show on Saturday, November 13, two days after opening.

Erica Clausen was a wonderful Cinderella. Her voice is definitely a stand out in the group, and her expressions are priceless. She�s a delight! Russell Rhodes, my, my Mr. Wolf�another great performance! Taylor Driskill as the witch was superb! Amanda Pickard Hardie, who I�ve seen in other productions, was spot on as the Baker�s wife, and the step-sisters (played by Michelle Jones and Katie O�Neill) were delightfully bratty. Diane Haase Clausen was great as Jack�s mother, and Tim Gordon�s Prince was funny and charming. However, Mary Keathe Lee was a real scene stealer as Milky White the cow�really hysterical. All in all a great cast!

St. Mark consistently puts on quality productions due in no small part to the talent they draw and the directors they get. I felt like the stage could have been a little more put together, but for the many different settings in this complex show, it worked. Also, it was somewhat difficult to see all everything that was going on onstage, so when you go, try to sit near the back on the risers. I highly recommend this show! Go!!

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