Devony B. Schmidt
Perhaps one of the greatest strengths of “Wonderful Town” is the acting, which transcends the music and lines. From Bob Baker’s (Mark R. Heath ’14) love-struck grin to Leimkuhler’s hilarious bouncing subway ride, each actor’s range of emotions, not only in their faces but in their body movements, drives the story home. At the end of the show, the performers’ honest and passionate portrayals of each character remains the best part of a wonderful “Wonderful Town.”
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