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Re: “Theater Review: "Rent" at Bristol Valley Theater

Wow, I was there the night before you were there and again today and you are sadly misrepresenting this. First the theater itself...I have been attending shows at this theater for years and there is nothing wrong with the air conditioning. I know for a fact that THERE IS AIR CONDITIONING, It's a summer stock theater why wouldn't it have air and also has appropriately working restrooms. I attended the same show at the Auditorium Theater in Rochester when RENT first came out and that was a theater without air conditioning. That is adequate now too.

My career as a Vocal Music teacher for over 20 years also leads me to believe that, vocally, you were expecting the exact same singing parts from the recording/movie. That would be a true statement that some were different. Vocal liberties bring music to life and allow the singer and audience to experience more emotion and passion. But an FYI to the readers, this cast can sing!
You did mention some of the characters that stood out, yes they do, in addition to them the character Roger was outstanding. Tom Collins even more fabulous. Mimi was gentle and less provocative which was rather nice. Personally, I found more of a connection to this version than the other 3 times I saw it a bigger theaters, not to mention wearing out the movie version at home.

One person that gets paid to give comments in a paper has voiced an opinion, but the show speaks for itself. I have gone twice already and would pay to see it again.

www.bvtnaples.org is where you can get very reasonably priced tickets and have a great time.

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Posted by More than a paid opinion on 07/15/2015 at 7:32 PM

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