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April 25, 2011


Jeff Kelly Lowenstein

I like how you convey the texture and detail of the play without giving too much away. Even though you clearly did not like the ending, your review still made me want to see the work! Well done!

Paul aka pt at large

Thanks, Jeff,
It's always a challenge to review a play that doesn't work for me. I respect the effort the actors, director, set and costume crews put into the production but sometimes the whole is not equal to the sum of its parts.

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