Tuesday, 22 February 2011

Some audience feedback

Well, as at the time of writing (Tuesday 22nd) the local newspaper can't be bothered to publish a review of the show, nor of the superb Oleanna (presently running at the Maddermarket), both of which would be grateful for its support of local amateur theatre. (They have, however, reviewed Shaun the Sheep at the Theatre Royal.)

However, here, from the audience (whose opinion matters most of all), are some recent comments emailed to the cast - both from members of other local theatre groups:

"I felt that I must let you know how much we enjoyed the whole experience, because that is what it is, wherever did you get all that talent from? both yourself [Angela Rowe] and the rest of the cast, it was without doubt one of the funniest and most professional amateur productions we have seen, the timing was always spot on, the singing and dancing was terrific. I was looking through the programme again to see which act of the 39 was the funniest, and I can't, each one was a little pearl. I will send an e-mail around the [Saxlingham] Players urging them to come watch and enjoy an evening laced from beginning to end with fun and laughter."

"A bunch of Wymondham Players saw your Shakespeare Revue on Saturday night and were all knocked out by it. All acting, singing and a bit of dance too; we thoroughly enjoyed it! It was a delight to see good ensemble playing; everyone taking a turn and everyone shining. Please pass on our thanks to the rest of the cast and break legs in the rest of the week."