Janice A. Farringer | Indy Week

Janice A. Farringer 
Member since Apr 8, 2013

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Re: “Cabaret

I saw this play last night. While Taylor Mac was absolutely astonishing as the Emcee, he practically carried the show by himself. The lead actress was a lovely singer but she had no chemistry with her love interest.
But the biggest distraction was the design of the production. If this was 1930s Germany there was hardly a clue to that in the costumes and staging. I was trying to figure out if they had tried to stage Nazi Germany in a different era. The chorus was dressed and coiffed in a style for some period I could not identify. I found the production to be entirely too American in feel and it distracted from the story,

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Posted by Janice A. Farringer on 04/08/2013 at 11:20 AM

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Re: “An Apex teen dies of an overdose of synthetic LSD

So well done--and sad.

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Posted by Janice A. Farringer on 02/12/2014 at 11:22 AM

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