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Re: “Blithe Spirit

Great production and fun for the whole family in the spirit of the season. Susie Hallatt is absolutely hilarious and so cute you will wish you had her as your next door neighbor to invite over for tea. Charleston Stage did a great job and this show is definitely one worth planning a night for.

Posted by ArtLover on October 9, 2009 at 1:31 PM

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Re: “Charleston Stage steps it up with Hitchcock comedy

This was an EXCELLENT performance and would encourage anyone who wants to remember why they fell in love with theater in the first place, to go see it. The acting is superb and Porter--you are ridiculously talented. The entire cast was really and Marybeth's direction in sculpting such a tight-moving show was nothing short of amazing.

I decided to go last minute and it was truly one of the most entertaining and intelligently executed plays I've ever seen. The rate of characters changing without missing a beat is just raw talent that left me more than impressed. I actually felt a little star struck by how good these guys were...

Posted by ArtLover on November 4, 2010 at 2:42 PM

Re: “Charleston Stage puts the "ha" in Halloween

Absolutely agree with this review--the play was excellent and had the audience laughing the whole time. The cast was superb and this show is a perfect choice for the season!

Posted by ArtLover on October 14, 2009 at 1:24 PM

Re: “Sottile Theatre

Great production and fun for the whole family in the spirit of the season. Susie Hallatt is absolutely hilarious and so cute you will wish you had her as your next door neighbor to invite over for tea. Charleston Stage did a great job and this show is definitely one worth planning a night for.

Posted by ArtLover on October 9, 2009 at 1:30 PM
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