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Re: “Raleigh Little Theatre's The Light in the Piazza

I saw the play on opening night and found it to be most enjoyable----My partner and I attended the before party in the Rose Garden. We felt as if we were really on vacation in Italy!

The play itself was a grand undertaking for Raleigh Little Theatre. The music was very, very difficult to perform. Often the songs were a bit scary as the singers had to find their way through difficult lyrics and melodies. But the saving grace of the play is that all the characters were very believable. I was definitely caught up in the angst of the mother feeling that her *special* daughter had found love, when her *own* relationship with her husband was at a weak point. I felt the mother was being brave to fight for her daughter's happiness, when the *easy* thing to do would be to cart the 28 year old *adolescent* home to Winston-Salem.

It was overall, well acted and musically performed. The musicians were very talented to perform this difficult work.

Mark Ridenour played his part as the father very believably. He was a great supporting actor and I look forward to seeing him in many more leading roles!

Posted by ILOVEMUSIC on 06/16/2010 at 11:12 PM

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