Sunday, March 29, 2015
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Enjoy great local theater

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From page B3 | July 16, 2014 |

Until Aug. 3, all of you folks who have wanted great local theater have a chance to see “She Loves Me” at the Veterans’ Memorial Theater right here in Davis. No trek to Sacramento and no threat of traffic jams.

“She Loves Me” is a delightful revival musical. The whole cast can sing beautifully. We understood the words and enjoyed the clever writing. Everyone in the cast was great. The direction was excellent.

Please see it for yourselves. You, too, will want to tell your friends about it.

We have no relation to anyone involved in this production. But we are three generations of avid theater lovers and we all loved the show.
Perhaps this could be the beginning of our own Ashland, Ore. We have a great university and it would be wonderful to have a great small theater company right here in Davis.

Rita Krich
Davis

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