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Confessions of a Hopeful Southerner... In Front of Strangers

comedy · melinda grace · Ages 13+ · one person show · United States of America

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Review by ROB BRUNER

June 24, 2018 certified reviewer

What I liked

Really strong characterization of a wise, diction perfect NY theatre acting teacher. Could feel the heartache of her struggle and sweet taste of her desires.

What I didn't like

Dad was supportive but where was Mom? Maybe delving deeper into family dynamic and background would give more weight and context for the struggle.

My overall impression

Super cute and sweet story – small town girl hits the big city with big dreams and bitter disappointments. I’m sure many can relate.

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