Lydia Trueblood: The Black Widow of the Atlantic Coast

musicals and operas · traveling showcase productions · Ages 21+ · world premiere · United States

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TOM CAVANAUGH uncertified reviewer June 08, 2014
Fun show! Great voices! But Clara Dykstra's multi musical talents is a must see! WoW! Talented girl!... full review
ROBERT H uncertified reviewer June 09, 2014
This was pretty excellent. The story/dialogue was colorful and often funny but the real attraction was the music. Liz Eldridge and Clara Dykstra both impressed me as singers and multi-instrumentalists (there's no backing band, it's just the two of them playing onstage throughout). Every musical number was memorable and well-arranged, and they were well-paced throughout the show. Definitely worth seeing. ... full review
DANNY HALOOSSIM certified reviewer June 09, 2014
Great songs, great story, great production. Everything was perfect about this performance.... full review
KATHLEEN CECCHIN certified reviewer June 09, 2014
This show is TIGHT. What lovely voices and smart lyrics. Clara Dyksyra is the bomb. I want an Annabelle spin off where she carries in her Mother's "business" and since she's mute Mom has to come back from the dead to tell the tale. ... full review
VINCENT GOMEZ certified reviewer June 09, 2014
This show is really fantastic! With some stunning performances from the leading lady, her daughter, and the sherif. ... full review
FRANCISCO BRACHO certified reviewer June 09, 2014
tagged as: musical theater · folk music
Banjos, accordions and murderous spurned women. What more could you want? Oh, how about a show in a bar with whiskey as a star. Yes Everybody Loves Lydia Trueblood.... full review
RYAN KAIN certified reviewer June 11, 2014
Great show and GREAT MUSIC! I may have to try to see this one again.... full review
JILLIAN PRADO certified reviewer June 11, 2014
I Laughed, I cried! It was great, music was very clever and witty! Liz Eldridge kept me hooked. She transformed into Lydia Trueblood and put on a great show until the very last minute. And her trusty side kick Clara Dykstra cracked me up with the best facial expressions! I can't wait until the next performance!... full review
JOY NASH uncertified reviewer June 26, 2014
There's nothing else like Lydia Trueblood! I adored this show- funny, sweet and macabre, Liz Eldridge and Clara Dykstra's musical talents are out of this world. Must see.... full review
GREG Z uncertified reviewer June 27, 2014
Walk into the saloon, have the barkeep pour your whisky, settle back in your seat, and let this woman sing you her ballads about how she's not really the meanest, toughest killer of the early 1900s. If it had been twice as long it would have been twice as good. Talk about talent.... full review