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The Bolles School Fine and Performing Arts Department Review Dick Kerekes & Leisla Sansom [email protected] presented a charming revival of “” at the Parker Auditorium on the Bartram Middle School Campus, in Jacksonville, Florida during a three-performance run during November 19 – 21, 2015. This hit musical opened in New York in 1972, and proved so popular it ran for seven years and has been brought back time after time. The Dual Critics put our gravel grippers on the ground and shuffled on over to the Bartram Road campus to catch the production, which was a blast from the past. …

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THEATRE REVIEW: “George Washington Slept Here”

Jacksonville’s Bolles School presented a three-performance run of the 1947 comedy “George Washington Slept Here,” on November 20, 21, 22, 2014 at the McGhee Auditorium on its Southside campus. This was our third trip to to review a play. We first discovered the directing talents of , Theatre Director at Bolles, in 2012, when she spent her summer vacation making her debut at , where she directed a modern adaptation of the comedy/farce “Is He Dead” by . One of Ripple’s favorite playwright teams is that of  and , who penned “” in 1940. We had previously seen “The Man …

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