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The Music Man, by Meredith Willson

Saturday, April 2, 2011
-1.0
Saw show last night and have to agree with all three reviews. Marion = Good, Eulalie = Good, Quartet = Good, Harold Hill = Trouble. Show started well, but after Getz noticeably lost the lyrics in "Trouble" and then again in "76 Trombones" the performance never seemed to get back on track. Valiant effort by some of the adult actors to get the energy back, but without a strong Hill you don't end up with a strong "Music Man". I didn't mind the costumes but I didn't like the sets. Not rating the show as so many children were involved and I think they should get a pass on ratings.
-Dan S.

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