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Average Rating Given : 5.00000
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Impossible Marriage, by Beth Henley
A great show
Friday, May 31, 2002
5.0
Beached Wails was the first play I'd seen Atlanta Classical Theatre do, and I saw it twice and loved it. I went to see Impossible Marriage because I thought Topher Payne had written it as well, but learned from the program he had directed it. We had a wonderful time. The whole cast was very funny, but the actress playing Floral, Sara Reiss, is the best thing in the play. If there was one small thing I would change it would be the way Pandora is played sometimes, but that is all. There was a big audience in the small theatre the night we were there, and everyone laughed and enjoyed the play. Don't listen to JHodge, if you're looking for a funny play, go see this show!!

Beached Wails, by Topher Payne
Take your sisters!
Tuesday, January 29, 2002
5.0
Saw "Beached Wails" last night at 14th Street Playhouse and it was wonderful. The four wonderful actresses in the show really felt like sisters, and the actor playing "Bradford Boy" was great and a lot of fun to watch.
I'm coming back next week and making my sisters go! You'll laugh and cry, it's a lot of fun and very touching. Don't miss this show!

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