Washington City Paper came out today with their review of Fair Ladies and in my attempt to give you the sour with the sweet in this world where they love you one day and don't know you the next, I will admit that unlike the previous three reviews this one was a little less stellar. Granted Trey Graham had some love to give to the cast and had some nice things to say about the set and some of the stage images, but overall he was about as luke warm as a bowl of gazpacho left on the table for three hours on the hottest day of the year in a only mildly cooled restraunt in a temperate city somewhere on the Mediterranean Sea.
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There's a good bit to admire: a lovely design, all platforms and screeens and projections that exploit the furthest reaches of the rough-edged Sanctuary Theatre space, plus expressive performances from some among the cast.
-Trey Graham- City Paper