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8 events
8 reviews
42 stars
Very nice venue, but you can go casual. The main parking lot is off of Addison Road. And it's free!
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3 events
1 review
1 stars
One hour 20 minutes. No intermission. Pee first.
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"Putting It Together"
6 ratings
4.3 average rating
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7 events
5 reviews
3 stars
attended Jan 18 2013

Somewhat disappointing - voices were not as good as they could have been. HORRIBLE static from the body mike on one of the performers. The poor actress couldn't do anything but keep going. Next scene, she was holding a hand mike.
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6 events
4 reviews
4 stars
attended Jan 24 2013

The concept of taking songs from various other musicals and creating an entirely new story line works quite well in this revue... Diana Sheehan is excellent, as is her female cohort (Ms. Smith) playing the younger, sassier (or maybe not!) part. ...continued

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5 events
2 reviews
9 stars
attended Jan 16 2013

5 great actors. Virtually non stop catchy music. Reluctant to go at first but glad I did. They did an amazing job.

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WaterTower Theatre is renowned for holding open auditions for each production so it’s highly unusual for Producing Artistic Director Terry Martin to pre-select talent months before the scheduled performance. But that’s exactly what he did for this iconic role previously played by Julie Andrews and Carol Burnett on Broadway.

“From the moment I saw Diana’s work it was clear that she was gifted,” says Martin. “She’s an exceptionally skilled actor and singer, and that’s exactly what we needed to carry this show.”

According to Diana, when Martin let her know he was thinking of producing the show and asked if she was interested in the lead role, she jumped at the opportunity. Why her enthusiasm for this particular role? “Two words,” emphasizes Diana. “Stephen. Sondheim.”