Seven Brides For Seven Brothers
By Richard Edmonds for The Stage
This is a lively, entertaining show, heavily stacked with a corny feelgood element, bursting with brash and bouncy designer hillbillies careering along with the required amounts of superficial emotion from one sassy or sentimental number to the next.
But although this ironic showbiz parody of love in Oregon during the 1850s frequently degenerates into low camp, there is still room - under Maurice Lane’s direction - to applaud the fresh talents of a young, good-looking company who sing and dance their socks off.
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