Charlotte's Web Lana Soileau: What an outstanding job by Dana Reed! The ability to corral numerous rambunctious youngsters into a wonderful cast that performed like professionals! The shear magnitude of this undertaking was a work of art itself, but the outcome was one that will be remembered by theater goers for a long time! Great work! Great Performances!
Monky Business Travis Fontenot: Monky Business was simply amazing! Beautiful script, awesome jokes, and just GREAT FUN! I laughed just about every 3 mintues. The set was functional, and the acting was great. It was just an all around fantastic show!
Noises Off Dana Reed: What a side-splitting show. One could hardly catch a breath before losing it seconds later. Great job Chantelle, cast and crew, it was a huge undertaking, and you pulled it off flawlessly. Your set, casting and direction were awesome.
Fat Shirley's Trailer Park Opera Jacob Stout: This is a production that will keep you laughing. From the cousins who marry each other to the emu farms this is a good production. Dana Reed has done a very good job. One of my favorite characters is Marva Jackson, who is portrayed by Susie Doucet. Marva is looking for love everywhere, and at the end of the play she ends up getting proposed to.
Father of the Bride Sadie D. Gobert: Father of the Bride was a great performance. The actors/actresses were supurb and funny. I encourage everyone to go see it. Opelousas has a great thing with the OLT!
Fiddler on the Roof Dana Reed: What an awesome performance, the best was Frumasera!!!!!!!!! Need to put her on a haunted house!!!!!!!!
Nunsense Matt Lafleur: During the weekend, I had the priveledge of going to see my first play at the Opelousas Little Theatre, "Nunsense." Frankly, if all plays at the OLT are as amazing as that one, I have missed out on great local entertainment for seventeen years. The play was truly hilarious from the gretting to the final bow. All actors portrayed their characters well and brought life to their character. Cindy Freeland brought Sister Regina to life, having her shift from the extreme of stricct devotion to lighthearted humor in a very believable way. Missy Benoit, Lauren Benoit, and Michael Bourgeouis made the comical nun crew complete with their own punchlines and show-stopping, knee-slapping zany actions. But it was Rachel Griggs, who played Sr. Mary Amnesia, who stole the show. With her absent-minded, curious, optimistic, and hillarious way, Sr. Amnesia ultimately found who she really was in the play, but developed to the audience as an actress of undeniable, ever-increasing talent. Thank you for portraying your nun so well, Ms. Griggs. In close, I'd like to thank all of the cast. There is not much in Opelousas one can go to for a good, moral time. Thanks to the OLT, I have found the best thing to do on weekend nights when there is a play. I will spread the word. Great job, everyone.
Annie Sadie D. Gobert: What an outlet for the youth of Opelousas!! Bravo, OLT, for giving this to us.We will become 'Friends'of the theatre!!
Louisiana Purchase Allison Andrus: This play was outstanding! I loved the story line, the music, the characters and the set! The OLT has done it again! I can't wait for "Rumors" and the 2004 season! Great Job!
Tempest Another Fan: The Tempest was good. The direction was GREAT..Props to Doc...but the acting could have been improved...the were alot of NEW performers and it showed but there is potential and Shane did a fantastic job, Gabe also, Doc, "Ariel" and some of the new crew. All in all it was a good show just the lines chould be acted..not acted like they are being read.
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