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Review: The Happiest Place on Earth (Sideshow Theatre, Greenhouse Theater)

Sideshow Theatre's The Happiest Place on Earth, written and performed by Philip Dawkins for Greenhouse Theater's Solo Celebration! series, is an essential theatrical experience, a twisted fairy tale of a mother and four sisters, where everything can change in an instant shorter than a catchphrase. Highly Recommended!
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