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"Inventive and playful...Although my daughter appreciated the inventiveness of the scenes and the acrobatic and high-energy dance acts, some of the humor went over her head, and the slower scenes left her feeling a bit restless. However, I heard lots of chuckles in the audience...from school-age children...If you and your child appreciate slapstick comedy, modern dance and acrobatic feats set to original music...'Something' is definitely 'something' worth seeing during the April break." Full Review
"The material doesn’t cover that much new ground, and Miller is not the first writer/performer to portray dozens of characters in rapid-fire succession...Miller’s delivery is always fresh, and there’s a lot of heart in her depictions...Under the direction of Andrea Dantas, Miller navigates the space effectively...'Such Nice Shoes' succeeds because we all understand what it means to struggle, to survive and to seek happiness in the city that never sleeps, let alone rests." Full Review
"Poignant and funny, as well as universal in our diverse contemporary society, but its originality lies in the manner in which that story is portrayed. It employs enchanting animations...Some of the solo dances are a bit long, and do not hold the viewer’s attention as forcefully...Director Sue Buckmaster certainly cut down on the length of the original production, and focuses on some of Khan’s earlier experiences to make it more accessible to a younger audience." Full Review