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comedy · urban spine · Ages 10+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America

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Review by LETTY SOL

June 12, 2017
IMPORTANT NOTE: We cannot certify this reviewer attended a performances of this show because no ticket was purchased through this website or the producer has not verified they attended.

What I liked

The storyline was relevant and impactful. The story writer did a great job. There were so many messages within the overall theme. The singing was very good. I am not a fan of musicals and recognized the talent and potential of the cast. Ms. B has great potential. I have seen her work and this was a great opportunity to strech her vocals. This is my first time seeing the.other cast members perform and.again, a talented crew. Thank you for sharing the creativity.

What I didn't like

Although the venue was small, all the actors should project their voices especially when singing. That comes with practice. So keep practcing and doing stretch assignments. This is the only way to be ready for the next role.

My overall impression

In closing, the storyline could be the next Breakfast Club or Grease. Keeping practice singing out loud!

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