We found this to be a very amateurish production in terms of script, pacing, and production values. They have taken what is, actually, not a bad idea but produced it rather poorly. The one thing that is stellar are the costumes -- everything else needs to be reassessed and reworked. The sound system was so terrible that we couldn't make out anything that was being said. The idea of the horses is so-so, but would have had a much greater impact if their use was reserved to be a highlight of the show. After watching them trudge back and forth countless times before the show even started, it was pretty anticlimactic to see them in the show. And watching poop being scooped while I was "dining" was a bit off-putting, too. And, speaking of the meal, it was definitely second rate, but passable. The script spends endless amounts of time on weird group dancing as part of the historical context, and then suddenly wraps up the past 75 years or so in a few sentences in the space of mere minutes . . . what's with that?? All in all, this could be a good event, but it will need much revamping and refining before it becomes worthy of the term "extravaganza." We were sorry we paid the money to see it.
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