Dear Elizabeth: New Play From Sarah Ruhl & Les Waters (Eurydice)
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The last date listed for Dear Elizabeth was Sunday July 7, 2013 / 7:00pm.
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This Tony and Grammy Award-winning true-life musical phenomenon follows the rags-to-rock-to-riches… More
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The first act flies by and it's difficult to believe that it's just two actors trading dialogue that comes straight from their correspondence. It's a tribute to the script and the actors. The second act isn't quite as engaging. There are too many unknowns and it's just not as fun to watch talented people in decline. There was a lot of conversation during intermission about the "water" effect. I think it was a distraction and others thought it was a perfect accent to the themes.
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We really enjoyed the play, thought the actors both were superb, the stage was great, and the special water effects were surprising. The final scene of letters drifting down was terrific! We sat in BB, to the far right, and at times Cal could...continued
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