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42nd Street, by Book by Michael Stewart & Mark Bramble; Music by Harry Warren; Lyrics by Al Dubin
What a Christmas Treat!
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
5.0

Run! Do not walk to see this production of 42nd Street. The director, choreographer, cast, and crew at the Atlanta Lyric Theatre are putting on one hell of a show.

Everyone is wonderful. The chorus girls and men will make you wish you can tap and look like them. The band is excellent and the set designs are clever. Karen Hebert plays a great aging star named Dorothy Brock. She is also the shows choreographer. My favorite actress is that pretty little package named Casey Leigh Thompson who plays the lead character, Peggy Sawyer.She is amazing. She can sing,dance, act, make you laugh, and make you cry. What a gifted young lady.

Through out the show there were cheers, applause, and standing ovations. If you did not like this production then you are just a mean old grinch or someone s competition. Everyone raved about this production as we were leaving. I think I am going to give myself a Christmas Present and go see this show again. It is that good!



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