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Article posted: 4/24/2013 5:00 AM

Clockwise's 'Party' proves disappointing

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Ava (Sheila Landahl, left) tells new neighbor Mary (Jeri Tocco, center) and Lil (Lori Rohr) why she is so expressive and pushy in Clockwise Theatre's "The Party in the Kitchen" in Waukegan.

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Phil (Louis Arata), Guy (Patrick Kerr) and Danny (David Guy) complain about their work and spouses in Clockwise Theatre's "The Party in the Kitchen" in Waukegan.

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Madelyn Sergel's world premiere drama "The Party in the Kitchen" for Clockwise Theatre doesn't live up to the playwright's ambition to chronicle the ups and downs of three Waukegan families in in the past decade.
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    • Ava (Sheila Landahl, left) tells new neighbor Mary (Jeri Tocco, center) and Lil (Lori Rohr) why she is so expressive and pushy in Clockwise Theatre's “The Party in the Kitchen” in Waukegan.
    •  Phil (Louis Arata), Guy (Patrick Kerr) and Danny (David Guy) complain about their work and spouses in Clockwise Theatre’s “The Party in the Kitchen” in Waukegan.
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