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Centerstage is into something good with 1960s homage | Letters

The production of “I’m Into Something Good” at Centerstage Theatre in Federal Way is more than good — it is sensational.

If you like song and dance productions, this has it in spades, with a talented cast bringing out the best of some great arrangements of familiar songs from the 1960s. It consists of non-stop song and dance; the harmonies are great, the choreography is spectacular, and the cast is so enthusiastic and expressive — they will win you over for the entire show. We attended Friday night, and the show is sure to get even better as the production continues.

You can see “I’m Into Something Good” at the Knutzen Family Theatre at Dumas Bay Centre, 3200 SW Dash Point Road, Federal Way, every Friday, Saturday and Sunday through June 5. It is suitable for all ages, and your entire family would enjoy it.

You won’t find anything better than this anywhere in the Puget Sound region, and it is right here in Federal Way!

Jim Burbidge, Federal Way

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