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NOW. HERE.THIS. - Reviews- Page 2

Tom5
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NOW. HERE.THIS. - Reviews #26
Posted: 3/31/12 at 9:20am
From what I can tell the reviews were at least as good as they were for TOS, if not better. But the fact is when TOS moved to Broadway it died almost immediately. So reviews notwithstanding, I will take a pass on this for the same reason I took a pass on TOS: It appears more of a staged reading with minimal props and slides tha as actual play and I associate staged readings with what you can enjoy for free on a Friday night at a Barnes and Noble reading room.
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Kad
Broadway Legend
joined:11/5/05
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NOW. HERE.THIS. - Reviews #27
Posted: 3/31/12 at 10:28am
Uh, what?
"...everyone finally shut up, and the audience could enjoy the beginning of the Anatevka Pogram in peace."
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themysteriousgrowl
Broadway Legend
joined:11/10/10
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NOW. HERE.THIS. - Reviews #28
Posted: 3/31/12 at 10:36am

LOL
CHURCH DOOR TOUCAN GAY MARKETING PUPPIES MUSICAL THEATER STAPLES PERIOD OIL BITCHY SNARK HOLES
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MrsSallyAdams
Broadway Star
joined:11/12/13
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NOW. HERE.THIS. - Reviews #29
Posted: 5/22/20 at 12:16pm

I've been consuming all the online theater I can and wanted to share this student production of NOW. HERE. THIS. Looking back at this old thread, the critics were underwhelmed by the four adults singing about their childhoods. Orange County School of the Arts produced it with a large cast of teenagers. It works well with the material.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5h8h6G0mVGs

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RippedMan
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NOW. HERE.THIS. - Reviews #30
Posted: 5/22/20 at 1:16pm

I didn't love this when I saw it - the design wasn't great either. But I loved Title of Show on Broadway. The ending where the set flies up into the rafters, gorgeous. 


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