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Blood Brothers, by Willy Russell
LIFE and the way it works.
Sunday, October 26, 2003
5.0
To the cast and crew: In every situation, listen to what people say - your audience is important. After all, you do all of this for them. When people comment on your hard work, try and find the elements WITHIN their words that will make you better at what you do, but never put total stock in the opinion of others. If YOU did your best, then you KNOW whether you deserve accolades or whether you should go home and practice your choreography or work on your lines or your timing or any number of things. Every audience deserves your BEST. But remember, in most things in life, even sports - you drop the TOP SCORE (because most of the time it comes from your mother or your family and friends - and they love you - but you ALSO drop the bottom score because most of the time it comes "from the owner and manager of the opposing team or the Minister of Affairs of the opposing country." In this case - if you drop the top score and the bottom score - including the SECOND time a person submitted his vote - you are a perfect 5! Congratulations to all of you! I cannot rate the show - because I designed the lights along with an incredible tech person - and because I cannot get to Altanta to see it, but I wish the show a continued successful run. In order to keep from effecting the ratings - I HAVE to vote 5 - but I wanted to point out that I do it only to keep from effecting the ratings negatively. Thanks. Tom Coleman

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