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A Little Princes - The Story of Sara Crewe
a Children's Theater
CATEGORY : DRAMA CHILDREN MUSICAL


COMPANY : Blackwell Playhouse
VENUE : Blackwell Playhouse
ID# 2531

SHOWING : November 17, 2007 - December 08, 2007

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION


CAST & CREW LIST
Executive Producer John Christian
Sara Crewe Coleman Fitzgerald
Jessie Jessica Ainsley
Violet Ashley N Foreman
Lottie Amanda Foreman
Monica Gracie McBride
Sara Crewe Allie Peterson
Emengarde Katherine Peterson
Ermengarde Katherine Peterson
Becky Katelin Sandy
Becky Kayla Sklar
Ms. Minchin Gloria Stanley
Musical Director Stephanie Taylor
Amelia Grace Weiner
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REVIEWS

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Wonderful story and good talent
by theaterislife
Friday, November 30, 2007
4.0
I went to see this show right before the Thanksgiving weekend. I was quite impressed by the actresses. There was one really young child that was absolutely adorable, she must have been about 4. I personally love the story of The Little Princess and felt that Allie Peterson as Sara Crewe showed a lovely range as an actress. As the reviewer before me stated they were all young so their voices are still developing. I think I saw them on their first weekend so I imagine there were butterflies. This was more prevalent when a solo singer would go into the upper register but again it was probably just jitters. The only person I wasn't convinced was Gloria Stanley as Ms. Munchin. I thought she was a little over the top in her acting. If I had one criticism to give to the actresses it would be that when you sing don't look at the accompanist. Pretend they are not there. I know that's hard but it can be distracting and take the audience out of the show. I think the quality of talent and shows is starting to greatly improve at Blackwell. Maybe they are on the way up.... [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
Sara Crewe
by standt75
Saturday, November 24, 2007
4.0
I was at their second performance Saturday November 24, 2007 matinee. These young girls have put a lot time and effort into this production. They are young and probably new "at theatre", However, they are very committed and sincere. Their voices are new but will get better with time and training. Their personalities are absolutely delightful and make you feel good while watching and listening. I would highly recommend this production and encourage all the cast to pursue their dreams and goals. The music director has done an excellent job with the cast and she too will only get better...Keep up the fine work. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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