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Average Rating Given : 5.00000
Reviews in Last 6 months :

42nd Street, by Michael Stewart & Mark Bramble
Those tappin' feet
Monday, November 7, 2011
Thoroughly enjoyed this production of 42nd Street. Lots of energy and the choreography was fantastic. It was easy to see that this was a cast who enjoyed working with each other as they all blended well together. I really enjoyed the tapping since it really has almost become a lost art and to see so many good tappers on stage is a sight you do not see very often. Kathy Russell as Dorothy Brock was fabulous and the role of Julian Marsh was almost written for John Provence. Amanda Leigh Picard has been seen in several productions around the Atlanta area and I believe this is my 7th time seeing her in a production and she continues to charm the audiences. The scene where the girls were at the dressing tables was my favorite and very cleverly done with the lights going on the mirrors as each girl sang. I have seen some of the other actors in other productions as well and enjoyed them. Roger Albelo did a fun job as Bert (I saw him last in the Producers) and Tina Shaw I have seen in a few productions including the Producers and as Little Red in Into the Woods and continues to delight. All and all an outstanding production with the entire cast and look forward to more productions by this new theatre company. They also produce the Senior Follies which always a delight. Grand Grand job to everyone Congrats

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