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Slightly Dramatic

cabaret & variety · the unknown artists · Ages 18+ · one person show · United States of America

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DEANA BARONE certified reviewer June 11, 2016
A confection of beautiful singing and adorable anecdotes.... full review
CHAIRMAN BARNES certified reviewer June 11, 2016
This confessional cabaret is an interesting, and occasionally heavy, dissection of a driven artist's psyche. However, these dark tales of trauma only serve to provide entry to the artist's "processing" them in a delightfully twisted manner through music and comedy. ... full review
ERIK ENGMAN certified reviewer June 12, 2016
tagged as: musical · parody · growing pains · heartfelt
This is an autobiographical musical about a woman growing up as a Musical Theater fanatic. It follows her story as she learns about life with friends, school, work and most importantly - boys. Done in a cabaret style, it is smart and well-paced. The piano player is wonderful. And the supporting cast supports the narrators idiosyncrasies. I enjoyed it very much. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 17, 2016
With a funny and touching (and vocally amazing) performance by Emily Clark, SLIGHTLY DRAMATIC is one hour of great songs, great stories, and exploration of relationships. The accompaniment by Charlie Ferguson is right on the money and the subtle jokes in song choice as incidental music may have slipped by a few, but many audience members got it and got it good! The choice of bringing co-conspirators to the stage at specific intervals is very smart for this format and the performances of Mark Jacobson (as "hot guy," "therapy boyfriend" and "phone Bob"), Whitney Tenney, and Amanda Spinella ("high school girlfriends," "teens," "best galpals") are more than support - they breathe life into characters that could otherwise easily have been cardboa... full review
RICHARD LEVINSON certified reviewer June 19, 2016
Charming performance, tight songwriting, fun show!... full review
ANGELA SAUER certified reviewer June 22, 2016
It delighted my inner child/drama club nerd. :)... full review

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