Monday December 31, 2012 / 9:00pmSinger Susan Egan
Assigned at Box Office
How was your experience?
first off, my expectations were low so the evening was a very pleasant surprise. Rose theatre: nicely appointed, small, newish theater hidden away in Westminster; the farthest seat in the house is only about 20 rows from the stage. the seats are wide and comfortable and the slant to the stage is such that even if a very tall person sits in front of u, u can easily see the production. Thru Goldstar, seating is assigned at the box office so I thought we would be shunted off to the side. Wrong! Row M (13th row which was fine by me, as I like to be back a bit) right in the middle. Thus, in my mind, terrific seats. Excellent audio. The show was 1.5 hrs. Just the proper time before I start getting fiddgity. Sue was very personable, has an excellent voice, relates well with the audience and choses her numbers well. And she's easy on the eyes. Already contemplating doing this again next N Yrs. Additionally, since she is connected to the local performing arts high schools, she had 20 delightfully talented students back her up via singing and dancing. It was a pleasure to see these kids at the start of their careers especially since all u see and read about is juvenile mayhem. OK, bottom line...enjoyed show. Well worth the money. The entire cast, music ensemble and Sue were so clean cut and talentedd that u have to walk away with a glow. Oh! Did I mention that they had a get-together on stage after the show so that the many relatives (I did mention that there were 20 HS students in the cast) and whoever else wanted to join in could mingle (to paraphrase Bogart's "Casablanca"..."for a price...").