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Reviews — 5 Open


Sep. 27, 2012

9:49 AM

The Spitfire Grill is a tender-hearted, whimsical musical that acknowledges both the great highs and painful lows that make up the human experience. Featuring a dynamite cast of local talent and a well-crafted, memorable score, it is a perfect show for autumn, radiating warmth and light in defiance of days growing cool and dark.

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Oct. 16, 2012

4:51 PM

My friend & I enjoyed the production very much on Sat. afternoon. I really enjoyed the singing and it was so well done, and the story line was great. Hope there will be more musicals in the future.

Cindy McPherson

Oct. 22, 2012

3:21 PM

Spitfire Grill was delightful! The singing, the acting, the roving musicians, the cutting wit, and the gut twisting storyline.

Julie McIsaac not only brings energy to her role but an incredible voice. Caitrona Murphy as Shelby is convincing as the shy retiring type. Her solos definitely hit the sweet spot and the vocal colours are amazing.

The redemptive nature and humour in this play left me smiling.

lorraine esser

Oct. 22, 2012

4:37 PM

Truly one of the most moving and insightful productions I’ve seen… spectacular acting with all the live instruments made this play engaging and emotional.

I am recommending it to everyone I’ve spoken with and am passing along your website.

Janet Becker

Oct. 27, 2012

8:21 PM

The Spitfire Grill was pure entertainment covering age old themes of new beginnings, transformations, and restored relationships. The lyrics, singing, musicianship (loved the shovel drum), and precious timing in the choreograpy (from tables being set or cleared away to aprons being put on and off ) were fabulous. It truly was a feast for the eyes, ears and spirit.

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