I have to admit that I'm not a fan of buffets, primarily because I've found that the food is usually predictable and not very good. Eating herd-style with staff urging you to move through the chutes does not stimulate the appetite. That being said, the food was no better or worse than similar buffets. Our waitress was friendly and efficient. The play was well staged, and the actors, except for Nellie, were well cast. Her voice is good, and her song presentations were okay, but her acting needs work. Maybe the director envisioned Nellie as a marionette on speed. At that she excelled as she jerked her way through the performance, never moving below high intensity. We weren't expecting Broadway level performances (even though that's in their name), but the rest of the cast just couldn't carry her to make it the good play it could have been.
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