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    Subject: Brutal Reality
    Date: Nov 25, 2004
    Sender: Bewildered but AmazedPrevious | Next

    I think this show is frighteningly well written. Just this year, my college decided to perform this show. It was extremely hard for me to watch because a good friend of mine was playing the part of Reid not to mention, I am pretty close to a number of the people who played other parts. The hardest part is snapping out of your shock during curtain call. In talking to my friend after the show, I asked him how long it took him to be able to deal with the character he was playing. He said he still was. I give props to the people who do this show. They are telling such a brutal story...it's called reality.

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  • MORE THAN AWESOME!!!!!   from Jana P., Feb 25, 2002
  • Re: Joey Shea really is more than awesome   from Stubby the Newsgirl, May 25, 2003
  • Re: MORE THAN AWESOME!!!!!   from Bianca, Oct 25, 2005
  • » Brutal Reality «   from Bewildered but Amazed, Nov 25, 2004
  • I know where Joey Shea is   from Sam, Jun 23, 2005
  • MORE THAN AWESOME!!!!!   from Jana P., Feb 25, 2002
  • Re: Joey Shea really is more than awesome   from Stubby the Newsgirl, May 25, 2003
  • Re: MORE THAN AWESOME!!!!!   from Bianca, Oct 25, 2005
  • » Brutal Reality «   from Bewildered but Amazed, Nov 25, 2004
  • I know where Joey Shea is   from Sam, Jun 23, 2005