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Review: Lack of clarity makes it hard to belly up to this 'Saloon'

10:28 PM, Jun. 18, 2013
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Anticipating a repeat of the great stories and entertaining comedy and drama typical of Peninsula Players Theatre productions through the years, the June 11 opening night of "Saloon," the two-act play written by Terry Twyman, was a disappointment.

Part of the problem was acoustics, as I was sitting in the center of the theater in the back half, which appears to be a dead spot; I wasn't the only person straining to hear. It's difficult to give a fair reckoning of a play when guessing at what is being said. By Act II, I changed seats to the wings and the audio improved.

But hearing what they were saying ...

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