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    Lacks Direction

    Starts off promising but ends abruptly. If you've performed in the theatre you will enjoy the silliness of the mannerisms and all the pomp of the theatrefolk at the center of this story, as I'm sure many a thespian has been privy to observe such frivolity in his or her fellow actors and actresses! P.S. the theatre doctor has the best dialogue and seems somewhat out of place amongst the rest of the characters, his speeches are the most interesting parts of the whole story.

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