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for a previous production "There are some nice moments. The clowns look at each other and realize that while one person alone can only see half of themselves, two can see the whole person. However, the show moves slowly...The cross-talk becomes dull because it isn’t taking us anywhere, and finger people — even ones climbing from spectator to spectator — have a limited range of activity...James and Jamesy need to find more content before they move out of the dark." Full Review
for a previous production "Gall, in eye-catching headdress and plunging neckline, mixes songs with risque jokes that likely would have appealed to a woman known for her bawdy, self-deprecating sense of humor…There is, as there always is in biographical shows, a touch of sadness behind the success. The woman nicknamed 'The Last of the Red Hot Mamas' couldn’t find love. But with Gall’s exuberant characterization of Tucker, nobody stays down for long." Full Review