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December 14, 2012

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Thank you for this very good review. I agree with you about the use of the microphone – I have a hearing problem and it was so loud I had a take my hearing aids out because the sound hurt! However that being said, it was an interesting and pleasant and modestly memorable evening – mostly the people portrayed had good stories and was well acted. This production was somewhat in the tradition of Whitman’s I hear America singing!

Awesome blog...Thanks for sharing..:)

Thanks for the nice feedback -- it makes me feel good! Yvonne

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