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Tell Me On A Sunday
Missed Cue Productions—Asper Centre for Theatre and Film (U of W)
A reimagining of the Andrew Lloyd Webber production Tell Me On a Sunday, with the show normally that of a woman from England traveling to the states for romantic misadventures, instead being both her and her son, separated in time, both doing the same. The show itself features two strong singers, and the songs themselves are quite good as you would expect. There is a general need for more polish on the show, and as a general word of warning, the show ran 20 minutes short (which, on a 90 minute time slot still results in quite a long show).