SOCIAL MEDIA REVIEWS
I was moved to tears by the raw emotion that this play evoked.... It captivated the audience and touched all of us so profoundly. As a white woman I’ve never looked at myself as privileged, I’m just the same as everyone else, but when I saw this musical my heart ached for what this race has had to endure simply for the colour of their skin, and sadly these same attitudes are still alive today. This musical stirred up emotions and brought about a yearning for change and equality. We were so privileged to see it
- Brandy Bayley
A compelling and heart-rending reflection on racism. Dandelions in the Wind evokes the power of the human spirit among those who resisted peacefully and with dignity in the face of overwhelming hatred and bigotry. It certainly brought back memories of the Civil Rights movement in the 60s, and made me realize how far we still haven't come. Bring Kleenex
- Kate Gilderdale
The strength of emotion that built up as the story unfolded was overwhelming. The light-hearted interludes and the music helped balance the heartbreak. Full of information that is crucial for older generations to remember and younger ones to know. Deserves major funding. It should be out there on a permanent stage - Faith Arnold
I was deeply moved by Dandelions in the Wind … it was a real eye opener to the past and the present! Thank you for creating this and sharing your experiences and life with a big audience - Adelheid Heidi Toogood
A remarkable play… this is the kind of education humanity needs right now
- Rhiannon Traill
A profoundly mind changing musical
- Jane Warren
An incredibly emotional musical and I loved every minute
- Natalie Coultice Matthews
A wonderful play... great story, amazing music and very appropriate given the recent news and headlines
- Louise Dyer
I loved the show. The message is relevant to all prejudices but was a real reminder of history even for someone who was a young adult in the 60's and 70's. Well worth coming from Winnipeg to see it -
Absolutely incredible! Loved the story-line, the message, the gamut of emotions evoked!
- Brenda Reid
This was an amazing play. It touched me personally as I am a biracial woman. Racism is unfortunately still very alive today. This play was not only emotional but also educational. I'm so glad I was able to see it and would love to see it again
- Catherine Vanherzeele
Beautiful and timely play, especially with what we are seeing in the world today. The music and the message was amazing! - Nicole S
It could have been the 1960's...it could have been 2017. The lesson is as applicable then as it is now - Diane Miller
I really got a sense of the courage and determination needed to effect change in a misguided society
- Falconer Abraham, Voice coach
This show is phenomenal. We came from upstate New York. Wish we could see it again. It's an amazing story
- Rees Brown
I really enjoyed the play. I also learned a lot of history. Now I will strive to make the world a better place any way I can. I will try to help more people because the play made me realize something, something important about people and how we should treat them. With love! "
"I leaned that if people come together and support each other anything is possible."
"I see racism daily in my life, and after seeing Dandelions in the Wind I realize there is still hope in the world to stop this problem."
"Dandelions in the Wind was breathtaking and I was deeply touched, in fact certain parts had tears welling in my eyes. My mind is just boggled."
"I felt the pain that black people went though. I actually cried! "
"The play was immensely thought-provoking and meaningful. It gave me a completely different perspective. There were scary moments, enlightening scenes, deep sayings, and encouraging moments. I was educated in an unusual way. "
"It took my breath away."
"The images on the screen were very touching and showed how this was a true story... It’s something that everyone should watch."