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If My Voice Were Better I Wouldn't Have to Try So Hard

comedy · killer wingfield · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States of America

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Review by JEFF KONGS

June 12, 2018 certified reviewer

What I liked

Frannie Morrison was delightful in this production. Her emotional instrument was fully tuned and it played out wonderfully. It’s not easy to play a character so likable and unlikable at the same time.

What I didn't like

Some staging was a little awkward and moments felt like they were improvisational, and while most times that spontaneity translates to an authentic experience, in this case, it didn’t translate as well as it could have. Overall a very enjoyable show and I have little to complain about. They’ve all worked very hard on this and it shows.

My overall impression

I enjoyed the experience I had watching this play. The music was catchy and well performed and the story was touching. It had a Neil LaBute lite aspect to the storytelling and kept me interested through to the end.

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