Director Teddy Eck has assembled a talented cast and instilled in them a sense of rugged country folk. The production reflects a rural spirit in a natural, homespun way rarely seen in this particular piece. As Curly, Jack French performs with a highly trained operatic voice that doesn't match the style of the show. As Laurey, Charlene Koepf is well cast as the young country girl longing for a man, and Christopher Lesson executes the part of Jud with appropriately evil tones. Worth a try.
— Review by Larry Steckling
Ongoing until Sunday, September 25, 2016
|Saturdays, 3pm & 8pm|