Duane Moats: Oh, this was fantastic! It was funny, it was enjoyable, it was well done. What a wonderful thing for the town of Tehachapi to have, this kind of quality performance. You’ve got to come see this!
Kathy Moats: I loved it! I was laughing through the whole thing. It was fabulous!
Duane: I can’t pick a favorite. It was all great. Everybody did their part, it melded together almost like the batter in the cake.
Kathy: I liked Gaynelle, she was incredible!
Sharon Domingo: I loved it. I thought it was great. The girl that played Gaynelle, she was priceless. They were all good, but she stood out for us. It was a cute story.
Anthony Domingo: It was very good. It had some funny lines. I enjoyed the whole thing really, everybody did a great part.
Christine Viterelli: It was the most rip-roaring hilarious play I’ve seen in a long time here and I’m an avid play-goer. I really enjoyed it. I’d recommend to everybody that they get down here as soon as possible and buy as many tickets as possible. Because it’s gonna be sold out. I liked CeeCee and I liked, of course Gaynelle. She was crazy and did a wonderful job. I liked Uncle Aubrey, he was great. And Purvis with Nick Altieri, he was really funny. So it was a great play. I’d recommend to everybody to come down to watch it.
Barbara Fowler: The best one ever here.
Howard Fowler: I feel the same way. I just loved it. It was great. It was so funny, just continuously funny.
Barbara: Gaynelle was my favorite. It was her mannerisms. But there were so many good characters. They were all excellent.
Howard: I liked Gaynelle too. I think it was the role that she played. She added a lot of creativity to it.
Sue Page: I loved it! It was hysterical. It was terrific!
Jan Vyvyan: I really enjoyed it. It was great.
Sue: My favorites were the little Chris Morales who played Gaynelle and also the guide dog in the audience. It was funny when he barked when Newt made his entrance.
Kimberly Alford: We’re from Orange County. We really enjoyed it a lot. It would be worth a lot of money to see this play. I mean, everybody is very good.
Wayne Najarian: Oh I loved it. In fact, Kimberly said, “It’s only fifteen dollars? They should charge more!” Because it’s worth it!
Kimberly: I mean, we’ve seen many plays before, you know, but this was very good. I really enjoyed it.
Wayne: If you could spend an hour and a half laughing, what could be better than that. It’s great!
Kimberly: It was professional, very professional. All the actors and actresses are very good. It’s believable.
Wayne: The main actress was great, she was very good. Her eyes are just… they speak volumes! But I tell you, my favorite moment is not gonna be repeated again because the guide dog, when he growled, that was hilarious. And the actors played it very well.
Kimberly: I’d like to see it again.
Tiffany Krantz: We loved the show. It was great. I couldn’t pick a favorite character. They were all so good. Overall the whole thing was just great. It was really well done. Ryan Krantz: It was really funny. I can’t pick just one particular moment, it was all great.
Marie Elwood: I really liked it. This is my first time at the Beekay Theatre! I don’t know what took me so long to get here but it was great. I can’t believe how much talent there is in Tehachapi.
Jay Prisco: Oh, fantastic. A lot of credit has to go to the direction in my mind, so congratulations to Karl. I can’t pick a favorite, there were too many stars.
Norm Prigge: The star, she is fabulous, the girl who played Gaynelle, she’s incredible.
Nina Blackwell: It is the best play I have seen TCT put together. We need more off-the-wall comedies. Everyone was wonderful, especially the three lead ladies.
Norm Prigge: Yes, Shanan was great too.
Nina Blackwell: I didn’t even know it was Shanan, he had to tell me. The funniest part was when the old man was being chased by Goldilocks. That was funny!
Ralph Macaluso: It was great. It had me roaring in the aisles. Karl did a great job directing that. Everything was going on at the same time. Gaynelle, man, she was good. Everybody was good. I really enjoyed it.
Jane Kamplain: It was fantastic. One of the best I’ve ever seen. We were just laughing all the time.
Marion Brown: I think it truly is one of the best. I was so happy, goodness, how could you not be happy with that play. It was terrific. Everybody was excellent.
Jane Kamplain: I loved the “Three Graces." I thought they were awesome. Everybody was wonderful and each played their part so well. It was over the top!
Marion Brown: The whole thing was riveting, you didn’t know what to expect and they just kept it rolling. I was absolutely surprised throughout. It was wonderful. I’ll come again!
Todd Shuman: Oh man, it was awesome, just the pace and jokes and endless nonstop humor. I haven’t seen anything like this in…I’m not sure if I’ve ever seen anything like this than before.
Susan Stuart: I think it’s probably better than laughter yoga.
Todd: A favorite moment? Gosh there’s so much good stuff, I have to think about that! I liked Annette Kirby’s role, she was incredible. At first, I didn’t recognize that it was her playing the part.
Susan: I really enjoyed watching Annette also, I hadn’t really seen her show her chops before, so that was a lot of fun.
Sheryl Bovi: Absolutely loved it. One of the best.
Doug Pickard: Loved it. It set a whole new standard. I think the lead actress was probably my favorite, she was fabulous, but everybody was good. The script, the material, the set, the talent!
Sheryl: Everything about it was brilliant. That’s all I can say. It was brilliant!
Megan Gray: (11 years old) The play was good. My favorite part was when the guide dog in the audience growled when that guy with the eye patch came on.
Sally Hewett: (11 years old) That was my favorite part too!
Megan: I liked Miss Chris who played Gaynelle.
Sally: I liked Chris too. I liked how she was so like enthusiastic and into like what her part was.
Megan: I liked how she’s so funny.