19 June 2011

CHICAGO SIZZLES!



I knew that we had a lot of good actors and a fair number of good singers but who knew that we had this many really good dancers and all in combination. Yes, there is cursing, some simulated sex, at least I thought that was what they were doing, and a lot of young girls in their underwear, but where else in this part of the country do we have four guys and maybe twenty girls who can dance? The sound was a little weak here and there, if you can imagine me saying that. But I still give this production a Double Wow. Director Sommerfeld should be congratulated. If you were on the jury you would acquit Amy Logan and Sarah Butts too and probably give them a standing ovation. Still playing through next weekend. Get 'en early.

Jaci Webb's review in Sunday's Gazette is really good and mentions all the names and their special musical numbers, and even the players' provenance in previous shows. She is really a good reviewer. I liked Kyle Trott's (Amos Hart) Cellophane a lot. Go here and especially here, the latter is the review on Sunday.

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