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Anne Faber from Central Illinois
CLEVER AND HILARIOUS
I’ve seen it twice and will see it again. Clever concept, great songs, great energy, great dancing. I loved it. And the cast is so young to be so talented. I gave the OBC recording to my grandson for Xmas and he falls asleep to it most nights. He says “I don’t know if it’s stupid or genius but I love it”. I’m definitely taking him.
Lb from Chicago, Illinois
this is an entertaining play that we thoroughly enjoyed. we will probably see it again. All the actors and actresses were exceptional.
Antoinette Thiele from Chicago, Illinois
I had no idea what this musical was going to be about (didn't do the homework I usually do), but soon found out. The few story plots were easy to follow and quite funny and enjoyable. I would say that the playwright was quite genius incorporating the various well-known musicals in the plot and treating us to a great music and dance. The beautiful costumes representing the Renaissance times were a visual treat and the young actors wearing them were so very talented! This musical takes my award for best of the season, so far! Hoping to see it again and bring others with me!
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