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sites de rencontres africains gratuit “SHIT” Review

 

“Increasingly, Sharon Crandall, who plays Bob in Shit, is making her presence felt as a dramatic actor. … Sharon Crandall finds impressive authenticity in Bob’s relative stillness.”

-Colin Thomas

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“But it’s Sharon Crandall as Bob who delivers the most powerful performance as a noble street tough, who dreams of being a man.”

– Chelsey Stuyt

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“Crandall’s transformation into Bob is remarkable. She appears to be much larger on stage than she really is. This is in due part to baggy costuming and to the way she uses the physical space around her. All three actors go through emotional roller-coasters and bring the audience along for the ride.”

-Emma Rossland

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“And Sharon Crandall’s abject pain at her gender, her body, her personal entrapment was wholly engaging.”

-Baird Blackstone

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“All three actresses were astounding, and captivating. … Their performance grabbed everyone’s attention with crisp delivered lines and a dynamic use of the simplistic stage. … Bob, played by Sharon Crandall had a particularly impressive performance due to her deliverance of truth in such challenging scenes.”

-Connor Riopel

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“Kayla Deorksen as Billy, Yoshié Bancroft as Sam, and Sharon Crandall as Bob embrace Cornelius’s wordplay like a trio of skilled slam poets …”

-Kathleen Oliver

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http://www.qiongbupa.com/martisd/2747 “SATELLITE(S)” Review

 

“the performers are acting their pants off…Sharon Crandall gives more to Cherry than the writing deserves”

-Colin Thomas

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“Strength and vulnerability are abundant in Sharon Crandall’s portrayal of ‘Monster or Mother?’ Cherry. She exudes wit and fieriness skillfully juxtaposed with moments of immense poignancy. The play is at its most powerful in a scene between Crandall and Fargey …”

-Liz Gloucester

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“As Cherry, Sharon Crandall somehow manages to deliver [the] ridiculously written dialogue with sincerity.”

-Vince Kanasoot

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“The cast is great”

-Andrea Warner

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“Director Chris Lam and his team do so well with this material that I was on the verge of tears for much of the evening—sometimes because of the beauty, often because of the vulnerability.”

– Colin Thomas

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“Sharon Crandall as Samantha, a VP at a bank who gets tied into the story, has wonderful chemistry with PR rep Frank Zotter, who works for the concierge’s charity organization. … Crandall and Zotter play off each other wonderfully and are a treat to watch.”

– Vince Kanasoot

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“Samantha Wright a banker who may or may not be complicit in a crime is played by Sharon Crandall with the poise you expect to see in any of the Bentall Towers. …The whole cast shines …”

– Live the Nerd Life

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“I loved the concept of the play and the ensemble cast were excellent.”

– Gillian Lockitch

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“Another impressive duo are the two teachers, Ms. Sherman (Jennifer Suratos) and Ms. Bell (Sharon Crandall), who prove that grown-ups can sing with power, too.”

– Jerry Wasserman

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“Crandall is particularly good as the dance teacher Ms Bell, with a set of pipes that almost overcame the sound issues on opening night.”

– Mark Robins

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http://www.gemeinde-kalbach.de/mamysja/930 “IN THE HEIGHTS” Reviews

 

“Sharon Crandall brings wonderful vocals to the role of Abuela.”

– Mark Robins

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“Crandall sings the roof off as Abuela.”

– Jerry Wasserman

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“Abuela Claudia (Sharon Crandall) — what a surprise! She’d be acting like an 80-year old but when she starts belting out “Paciencia y Fe”, the opening night audience was just amazed.”

– Ed Farolan

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“There are some outstanding performances in this Tony award-winning musical, including Sharon Crandall’s “Abuela” (grandmother). She has an incredible voice, coupled with an insightful presentation that brings special understanding to her role as the matriarch in her ‘hood. It’s a bit of nostalgia for what makes a great community — family, friends, history and acceptance.”

– Monika Forberger

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Music show veteran Sharon Crandall as Abuela Claudia was equally terrific in the arthritic slow-mo she was blocked to perform, but her singing brings chills to the spine and the odd tear to the eye.

– Baird Blackstone

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“… played with soaring vocals by Sharon Crandall.”

– David Jones

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“Both actresses in this performance are well-chosen and remarkably talented. [Sharon] Crandall is unconstrained and comfortable with her body, shamelessly flashing panties and bra as she revels in Britney’s luscious cavorting. Her subtleties of emotion — trembling hands when upset, slow change of facial expression when the focus is on the other character — are brilliant. Given the samples presented in this show, I would love to hear her perform a whole set of songs as a singer.”

– Susan Cormier

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 “[Sharon Crandall] gets most of the laughs – and there are quite a few, as the hapless Britney.”

– John Jane

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“Collectively the ensemble is simply the best thing to hit a Vancouver stage in some time.  And while we reviewers talk about enthusiasm helping to overcome some of the singing, acting and dancing problems that can befall amateur casts, this group doesn’t have a problem in any of those categories.  Without wanting to take anything away from any of these talented performers, highlights here include Charlie Deagon, Jarret Cody and Liam Kearns in multiple roles, Stuart Barkley as the cross-dressing wolf, Michael Wilkinson as Pinocchio and Sharon Crandall as the Dragon.”

– Mark Robins

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“… played like a diva by Sharon Crandall …”

– Roger Wayne Eberle

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“Other standouts include Sharon Crandall as the soulful Dragon”

– Jay Catterson

 

“All rolls were great and lets not forget Charlie Deagnon, Jarret Cody and Liam Kearns in multiple roles, Stuart Barkley as the cross-dressing wolf, Michael Wilkinson as Pinocchio and Sharon Crandall as the Dragon.”

– The Grey Matter

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http://josiart.at/rete/8142 “A BEGGAR’S OPERA” Review

 

“The strongest performances arise in the second act when Gord Myren excels as the menacing jailor Mr. Lockit and Kayla Doerksen, the composer’s sister, stops the show with a deliciously intense interpretation of “Lucy’s Song.” Two new ladies of the night contribute a much-needed ribald camaraderie for the cavorting of Mrs. Coaxer, a.k.a. an old whore, played by returnee Sharon Crandall.”

– Paul Durras

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“The play’s best scene is Tevye’s pretend nightmare in which Lazar Wolf’s dead wife Fruma Sarah (Sharon Crandall) comes back as a zombie telling Tevye and Golde not to let Tzeitel marry Lazar. Director McGregor brings all his design elements into play here: Drew Facey’s set, Carmen Alatorre’s costumes, Alan Brodie’s lighting, Chris Hind’s sound, plus song and dance and frantic stage action. The surreality and sense of chaos are ingredients that might usefully have seasoned other scenes.”

– Jerry Wasserman

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“THE MUSIC MAN” Review

 

“But the show’s success really rests on its ensemble work: from the clever “Rock Island,” where a trainload of salesmen sing a syncopated complaint about how Hill is giving them all a bad name, to the hen-like gossip of the mayor’s wife and her ladies circle (“Pickalittle, Talk-a-little”), to the mind-boggling barbershop harmonies of the school board quartet, to the singing, dancing kids who rock the big production numbers like “Seventy-Six Trombones” and “Shipoopi”.”

– Jerry Wasserman

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“HAIR” Review

 

“Sharon Ong [Crandall] leads “I believe in Love” and “Good Morning Starshine” with a voice that is resonant as well as wistful.”

– Cynthia Ashton Styles