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Blood Brothers, by Willy Russell
Something to see again and again!
Sunday, November 2, 2003
5.0
As someone who has been to many community and professional theaters, I have to say that Kudzu's "Blood Brothers" is absolutely awesome! I will and am recommending this show to everyone I know as a MOST SEE show. It is baffling to me that anyone who admits that they are in the theatre industry would stoop to make reviews on something that it sounds like they have never even seen. I think some people need to spend more time on fixing themselves then trying to making assumptions on others. I have seen Blood Brothers several times now and every time the cast is better and better. But like anything in life, you have good days and bad days. I feel that the cast did a great job with each one of their roles and did an even better job making the audience believe and feel each characters feelings and emotions throughout the show to the very end. Thank you Kudzu, for throwing such a wonderful and moving production. I can't wait for season 2004. Thanks again, Bags

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