Thanks for all your hard work. I look forward to the 2013 season.
I had the honor of attending my first show at The Theater of Republic last April and haven't missed a show since. I didn't realize such talent lies her in Conway. I find all the productions to be entertaining and worthwhile. Excellent for all ages. My high school daughter and friends have been to a few productions and enjoyed it as well. Loved the opener for 2012, Sorded Lives, Janet Mayers-Fabulous! My favorite was Promises Promises, great job everyone. Like being in New York, except it's in CONWAY! Excited about the upcoming season.
I sat there waiting for a good show, didn’t get that.
I saw, enjoyed a GREAT show! Such wonderful voices, characters! Everything moved together like swing music – It flowed and I enjoyed every minute.
I applauded, not only at the end of each song, but at the times that I just couldn’t help it - even if I did get a “shush” from behind. (I ignored it)
Please let your cast know that they made a cold, rainy night so warm and inviting. THE JOINT WAS JUMPIN’! Mellow like a toke. Rending like a broken heart, fat and greasy like Sunday dinner!
Thank you for making me smile.
And now for your tech staff: Remarkable! Need I say more? Give a hug to your stage manager, she’s a keeper.
Terri Kass – tk
Clear Channel Media & Entertainment
We have long been patrons of your theatre and want to say that THIS SHOW was absolutely great. Continual singing, and dancing numbers.
The song " Black and Blue " was done so simply yet brought home the beautiful; theme. Having the spotlight shine on each individual as they sang was a brilliant idea. I MUST congratulate Tim Mc Ghee for a job that any Broadway producer would be proud of.
JEAN AND FRANK FORLANO
The Board of Directors of Theatre of the Republic thanks all the cast members of Ain't Misbehavin' for your hard work and dedication to our theatre. GREAT SHOW!!!
TOM DE CARLO
Chuck Stokes wrote:
Wow! Every now and then, when the stars are in perfect alignment, magic happens. Last night was one of those special evenings. It was really great to have Melvira back on the stage, I consider her TOR's "Godmother of Soul" and she's been missed. The "Dynamites"...Monique B., I fell in love with your voice many years ago and together with Saisa and Ashley, I know Tim had to tie the rafters down to keep the roof in place...again! One of our newest stars is Tashi. Fresh, young, a voice and smile that lights up the stage and who knew she could tap? Moniqe P., here's my only negative critique of the evening...not enough of you and your great voice!