Bill and Sherryl Locke and Joe Uhtof:Bill: Loved the show tonight. Joe: Fantastic, hilarious. Randy was very funny. Sherryl: I like the comeuppence to the bully.
Carol Gardl and Irene SmithCarol: The children did a marvelous performance. Irene: I really like Ralphie's little brother (Randy). It was really cute.
Judy and Al Baumgarten: Judy: It was just great! All those kids doing their parts and remembering it all. Al: I especially liked the scene where the little girl was swooning over Ralphie.
Kathleen Kline and Dave Fuller: Kathleen: I liked all the humor they were able to bring to the show. Dave: Tremendous, how the kids got up there and used phrases that I remember from childhood. Kathleen: It brought back childhood memories for both of us. Dave: Clearly, over and over and over. Kathleen: This was our first time at a TCT show, and we'll be back. Dave: Absolutely, without a doubt. Clearly it's a great holiday show for everyone.
Lucy Asatryan and Josh Beaumont: Lucy: I really liked the characterizations of the costumes and the set was wonderful. Josh: My favorite part was when he shot his eye out!
Pat and Jack Waring: Pat: I've not seen the movie, I think it's a very clever play. I've done a little stage work and I thought the set was marvelous given the limitations they had. Jack: I love it, too. Reminded me of when I wanted a BB gun. I was born in 1937, so I relate to the whole play.
Rebecca Fassbender and David Grimshaw: Rebecca: I loved it, I had a great time. I won't lie, I came to see my friend Jamie and I thought she did an amazing job as the mother. It was great to see her in her first large role, she so deserves it. David: It was really funny, and I liked the fantasy scenes, like the swamp. They really refreshed the story for me.
Stephen Ringle: I think it was really funny. The funniest was Randy.
Teresa Johnson: It was so much fun, so cute. My favorite was little Randy, Ralphie's little brother. When I heard they were both little girls, it was so cute, especially Randy with the oatmeal doing the little piggy scene.
Teri and Gavin Ibrao: Teri: This was the first time here for us. Gavin: The cast was wonderful. Teri: I loved when he got the gun. Way back when I wanted a guitar and it felt the same way. Gavin: I absolutely recommend the show, but just remember when you get a BB gun, don't shoot your eye out.
Larry Barrett and Tina Larson: Tina Larson: It was uplifting, charming, absolutely charming. Everybody did such a wonderful great job and it was such a joy to watch. I've lived here 36 years, and never been before. It certainly exceeded my expectations. I'll absolutely be back.
Zach Ringle: Excellent! My favorite moment was Ralphie beating up the bully. Oh, and the witch scene.
Emily Marin: It was wonderful. I enjoyed it a lot. The cast projected wonderfully and they all seemed to be having fun. I loved when Ralphie came down in the bunny suit. I couldn't stop laughing.
George and Cheryl McMackin: Cheryl: We loved Randy, George: and all the kids. Cheryl: this is our local community talent. Wonderful! We'd recommend it for everyone; lots of fun!
Irene Brooks: It was very funny. It was a little bit better than the movie. It was all so good, I don't have a favorite part.
Jacob Root: It was really good. My favorite was when Santa pushed Ralphie down the slide.
Jane Camplain: I loved it. Of course it took me back to my childhood. The set was awesome, it's really true to middle class life of that time. I think Ralphie was my favorite, but all the kids were great. The Mom and Dad were like my folks, adults were running the house. I loved the fight scene between Ralphie and the bully. The whole thing was fun.
Jennifer Williams: All the excitement and how it got everyone in the mood for the holiday. It was very delightful and I'd recommend it to everyone.
Jim and Ann Pendleton: Jim: It was fantastic, awesome. The kids were wonderful! We watched the movie last night and this was exactly right, that kitchen was perfect. Anne: They nailed it. They always do a wonderful job with the plays here. It was a beautiful job. Jim: My favorite was when the teacher and the mom come out and do the witch and the monkey calling out, "You'll shoot your eye out."
John and Michelle King: John: I very much enjoyed the show. It was a lot of fun. Randy was a hoot. He (or she) was very wonderful. Michelle: I love it because it really sticks to the movie line, and I love that movie, watch it every year. I liked the Santa scene where they just pushed the kids through. The elves were fun.