Great job Director and all that were involved in this play! THANK YOU!
Opening night is always a bit different then later performances. This is where changes are made and improvement come as no one is perfect. I am not a director or such but I do know that King Arthur was a gentle leader. I saw this play and thought it was wonderful. The songs were great and the people doing them all did a wonderful performance. They gave freely of their time to do this play and did put a great deal of hard work into it. All of them! It takes great effort to get up and do what they did do. I feel no one should be bashing this play and if they do so they should have better manners and a better knowledge of things that should be said in a review. I feel it is wrong to call out people by their names and to sort of rub their faces in the dirt as was done here. These people put many hard hours into practice and then to be reviewed so unjustly seems so unkind. There were some mistakes as no one is perfect but there were many great things these people all did to deserve a pat on the back! I have been to different plays in different places and have before heard the person speak of people devoting time out of their busy work days to be a part of a play. A good reviewer would see the good people did and not be so cold about that review. And exactly how many plays have you yourself be in I am just curious. Yes a person should be able to stand criticism and that can help them grow but this review was rude and cold. Things could be more tactful. Yes, she is entitled to her opinion but that does not mean she is correct. When I stood in the lobby I heard so many people comment on how great it was, and how wonderful the actors were. I heard many people give glowing reports on what they had seen. So why do they enjoy it and see it different then the critic does? Thank you all for the wonderful performance that I as well as many others fully enjoyed. Keep up the great work and I hope to see you in in other plays in the future. Wonderful job!
Without the adult content the play would not have been as touching or meaningful as it showed a tender moment. Some people do not see that in theatre sometimes it is important to "GRAB" the audience and make the point jump out at you. That song refered was beautiful and well sung. Keep it up Christine, great performance!
Watch what you say my daughter is in that play@!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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