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M*A*S*H
a Play
CATEGORY : COMEDY
by Tim Kelley

COMPANY : Blackwell Playhouse
VENUE : Blackwell Playhouse
ID# 3638

SHOWING : January 30, 2010 - February 14, 2010

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

This is a wild, free-flowing story familiar to fans of the book, film and TV program. M*A*S*H stands for Mobile Army Surgical Hospital and joining it are two unpredictable mad caps, Hawkeye and Duke. They can't be dealth with casually, however, because that are two of the best chest surgeons in South Korea. They decide to wage a campaign to get a young Korean to the United States and entered into a good school. The thread of this effort helps tie together the pileup of comic adventures that pyramid into a tight, enjoyable ensemble theatrical event.

Tickets are $18.00 for adults and $16.00 for seniors, youth, military and teachers.


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Kevin Renshaw
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REVIEWS

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entertaining
by moretheater
Thursday, February 4, 2010
3.0
I saw the show on opening night and would some it up in the word I heard from most of my fellow audience members, entertaining. The set and costumes were adequate. The announcements worked as quirky comic breaks to move from scene to scene over the course of the year. There are some fun, laugh moments along the way and the cast works well together. Its an enjoyable show. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
M*A*S*H should be on life support.
by smokey
Thursday, February 4, 2010
NR
I have never left a show feeling the desire to ask for my money back, until this one. I would love to point out the good points of the show first: the set was awesome...that is all. The acting was tolerable at best, the direction was less so. The costumes would have been a highlight, but the fact that the women were wearing high-heel Nine West boots in 1950's Korea kinda ruined the rest of the period costuming. The plot was a little hard to follow; the play takes place over several years, however there was no attempt to break up the time periods.
Also, there was absolutly no character development. If the director's intent was to, somehow, get the audience to have some type of feelings for a young Korean boy going to America; he fell short by a mile.
Overall, I would not encourage anyone to spend money on this show. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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