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21 Star Starred
The Secret Theatre
4402 23rd Street Queens, NY 11101
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3.7 / 5 Rated by 3 members
Review from Zee Yuiko
36 events 16 reviews

Worst part is actress -in harming, lack of depth,
Other characters were unique and interesting
Funny script
And deep ending

reviewed Aug 15 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Zee Yuiko
36 events 16 reviews

Costumes and masks are good.
Actress screamed unnecessary please learn to express emotion more suppressed manner. Loud voice doesn't work.
Asian actress who did Ariadne was not mysterious at all. And kept touching her hair - which was distracting.

reviewed Sep 01 2013 report as inappropriate
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**__"Jaded The Musical ":

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by Lavinia Roberts 

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GROW Together Launch Party <em>Perilous Times</em> Evening of Classical Masterworks at Carnegie Hall Music at City Winery New York <em>Jubilate Deo</em> & Rutter's "Requiem" <em>Art on Paper</em> Art Fair