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Hedwig and the Angry Inch, by John Cameron Mitchell, Stephen Trask
I heart Marc Cram
Friday, July 18, 2003
5.0
I saw Hedwig last night, in thinking of a way to describe it, I was reminded of an on-line review for a movie that stated "it's the kind of show that will kick you in the balls, and kick you so hard that it makes you puke on your own ass, and then it'll kick your own ass because it's that good".

Yep, I for one, feel as though my ass was kicked last night. Awesome, show, check it out.

Sit at the bar, and tease the bartender, I hear he's new to town.

Sean

The School for Wives, by Moliere
I Heart Chris Kayser
Thursday, July 17, 2003
4.0
Hey everybody, I would highly recommend checking out "School For Wives" at Ga. Shakespeare Festival (and if I'm pushing Moliere.......seriously people).

Chris Kayser and Daniel May are pulling off some of the best subtle physical comedy I've seen in Atlanta. That and Rochelle Barker has once again kicked some serious classical ass with this set.

But really, if you want to be a better physical actor (and not physical in the sense of running into door and throwing your arms up in the air, but physical in sense of controlled well timed out comedic movements), consider this a introductory class.

404.264.0020 or www.gashakespeare.org for reservations

And once again, think about me and think about me pushing Moliere...see, it's gotta be good.

Sean

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Onstage Atlanta, Inc.
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Footloose
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by Allison Gregory
Georgia Ensemble Theatre
Singin’ in the Rain
by Betty Comden and Adolph Green (book) and Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed (songs)
Atlanta Lyric Theatre
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by John Cariani
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by John Caird (book) and Paul Gordon (songs)
The Legacy Theatre
Falsettos
by William Finn (songs, book) & James Lapine (book)
Actor's Express
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by Dean Pitchford and others
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by James Still
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by Allison Gregory
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by The Murder Mystery Company
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by Betty Comden and Adolph Green (book) and Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed (songs)
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by Aline Lathrop
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