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Brigadoon, by Lerner & Lowe
Absolutly Incredible
Saturday, June 14, 2003
5.0
Well I must say that if this is where theatre in Georgia is going things are really looking up.... WAY UP!! First of all, I went to see this show on opening night. I had never even heard of CATCO before. However, I was not expecting much but I love Brigadoon and wanted to see it even if I didn't think it was going to be a good production. Well to my amazement and suprise this show was incredible front to back. The energy these actors put out was electrifying. I have seen this show done many times and in many different ways; this was by far the best that I have ever seen. Kudos to the director Chris Mayeor, I hope to see more from him in the future. The acting was great! Bill Wilson who played a part with no singing was able to give life to a part that may have other wise been quite boring. Jackie Goldston, who played Meg stole the show with her outstanding portrayle. The singing in this show is the best I have heard in theatre in years, professional or otherwise. Olivia Sloan, Nailed her part as Fiona, and her singing gives you goose bumps you wouldn't believe. Steven Cook, was also spectacular as Tommy. The voice that stole the show was Justin Green playing Charlie Dalrymple. If you don't care for musicals but want to hear and incredible tenor voice you must go see this show!! His voice sucks you in like a vortex and you want nothing but to bring him home to have hime sing you to sleep. On that note PEOPLE YOU MUST SEE THIS SHOW. IT IS WORTH THE DRIVE!! If not for anything else, atleast to see where what your theatre should do next time you have a musical. Thanks to everyone in that show for the great time. Me and my wife truly enjoyed ourselves!!

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