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Sunday In The Park With George: IN CONCERT, by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine
Outstanding Musical
Monday, March 10, 2003
5.0
Balanced, well-performed, award winning Sondheim musical. The performance of Tad Wilson as George equals the lively performance of any Broadway professional. He brings George to life and absorbs himself in the persona of the character. His performance and that of Maura Carey, Dot, is like peaches and cream. Not only do their voices blend well but they bring magic to the relationship.

A lighthearted performance by Caitlin Bradbury shows maturity and a promising acting future. Her relationship with her mother, played by Ginger Morris, exudes the immaturity of a thirteen year old.

"Move On," the final song of the show will bring tears to one's eyes. Wilson emotes the words and music with a passion seldom seen or heard in community theater.

If he can perform to the level of "Sunday in the Park...," Wilson should have a promising future in acting.

"Sunday..." is well worth the time spent in enjoyment and personal reflection. I recommend it unreservedly.

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