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Titanic: In Concert

a Musical (Concert only)
CATEGORY : MUSICAL
by Peter Stone and Maury Yeston

COMPANY : Onstage Atlanta, Inc. [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Onstage Atlanta, Inc. (Decatur) [WEBSITE]
ID# 872

SHOWING : April 02, 2004 - April 17, 2004

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION


CAST & CREW LIST
Musical Director Linda Uzelac
Director Barry N. West
Lighting Technician Ben Klang
Henry Etches Charles Baugh
Caroline Neville Summer Bergeron
Ida Straus Martie Carlson
Lightoller/Astor Ryan Flanders
Bellhop Hillari Fowlkes
Thomas Andrews Stephen Gamba
Jim Farrell Royce G. Garrison
Frederick Fleet Shawn Hale
Frederick Barrett Gary Kapp
Kate Mullins Jerrica Knight
Kate Murphey Kristie Krabe
Charlotte Cardoza Courtney Loner
Isidor Straus Erik Lunkenheimer
Charles Clark Nat Martin
Murdoch S. Craig McConnell
Ismay Tommy McDaniel
Marion Thayer Mary Saville
Mr. Hartley/Mr. Widener Mark W. Schroeder
Hitchens/John Thayer Matt Sewell
Harold Bride B. Scott Shackelford
Alice Beane Allison Simpson
Captain Smith Joseph Swaney
Kate McGowan Karen Walsh
Edgar Beane Gary L White
Jack Thayer Taylor Wilson
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REVIEWS

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Powerful
by soaring
Monday, April 12, 2004
4.0
That's what this ensemble of singers is: powerful. Linda Uzelac has once again pulled an extraordinary sound out of a cast. The harmonies, diction, and preciseness of all the chorus numbers was well worth the price of admission. A couple of the singers are much weaker during their solo lines, but that is forgiven during the next chorus number.

Also worthy of note was the lighting. John David Williams did an excellent job.

The only major drawback to this production is the show itself. While it has several excellent and memorable numbers, it also has quite a few boring and forgettable songs. This is obviously not the fault of the cast or crew, but I did wonder why they did not cut some of them since this was an "in concert" production, and many of the less-than-memorable songs were not necessary to the plot.

Also, a couple of the themes seem to be beaten in to the audience's heads. We get it - classism is bad.

Despite the flaws, the excellent vocals should put this show on your must-see list. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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