Here are some wonderful letters
from people we have worked with
and entertained over the years!
December 19, 2010
Re: You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown
Dear Jen & Peter & All,
What you bring out in those children is fantastic, amazing, wonderful!!! At the final song "Happiness is..." I wanted to sing and jump up and down and cheer and hoot and holler, which I did. OMG! We were so excited and happy for all the children, not only the "stars". Amazing song. Congratulations. Another job well done.
Pat and Sam Eubank
Sound of Music - Feb 2009
Everything about the show is just perfect, Colleen is ravishing, fresh and enchanting. She sings like a songbird. Josh has my whole heart by that one tear he does (he already had it before that) but he is amazing. Trinna and Mike very impressive and Katrina and Ryan are so heartwarming. Those nuns are a full show in themselves, I hope someone is getting the sound track. And of course the kids are all so adorable, you can feel the chemistry and love and they live it in real life too. I have seen every show and could keep right on watching it forever and love it more everytime. Did I forget to mention Matt? He is wonderful too. The whole cast has just been a major love fest for everyone. Kim said she adores working with the adults, they have all been so kind.
November 12, 2008
What a show!!! The work the two of you do with the kids is just too wonderful for words. The self-confidence they exude, and the determination they show will extend far beyond the stage.
Hope all is well.
StarStruck's 'A Chorus Line', Lyric Theatre
Reader Review, May 5, 2008
STUART -- On Friday evening we went to see "A Chorus Line" which was produced by Peter and Jennifer Jones' StarStruck Performing Arts Center.
Before moving to the Stuart area we had the pleasure of seeing this wonderful show four times on Broadway. The show is filled with humor, sadness, spirited dancing and wonderful music.
We enthusiastically applaud the young and energetic cast of "A Chorus Line" for their stirring performance. Without being emotional, we must say we enjoyed the StarStruck performance of this hugely successful Broadway show every bit as much as the professional performances we saw in New York.
As the beautiful and gifted Jennifer Jones wrote, "They (the cast) can meet any member of any 'A Chorus Line' cast anywhere in the world and do all the same steps." We could not agree more.
Jennifer and her highly talented husband Peter Jones are to be applauded for bringing together a group of local junior high and high school students, and molding them into an almost professional troupe.
Along with choreographer Rita Jenkins-Gaynes, the Jonses are a precious asset to the culture of our area and particularly to our young men and women. Thank you for all your good work.
Gerry and Marge Tache, Stuart
From TCPalm - Letters to the editor
If you're searching for funny yet thought-provoking theater performed by a Broadway-caliber cast, don't miss this presentation. "Company" looks at marriage (and non-marriage) through the eyes of commitment-phobic, perennial bachelor Bobby, his married friends and his three frustrated love interests. Through a series of vignettes with these characters, we explore personal relationships: what we get from them and give up for them, and how we grow because of them.