‘Outstanding performance’

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Bravo BIFF!

Or for the sport enthusiast “you knocked it out of the park”.

Either way, Saturday evening’s silent film showcase was nothing short of outstanding and left us wanting more. The performances by the singers, musicians, turn of the century pipe organ, the venue, and Maestro Rob Tomaro’s colorful historical references had us all sitting in 1925 Beloit for the debut of this classic film.

To have a production of this caliber in little Beloit is truly spectacular. Accolades to all the performers, the Castle, sponsors, BIFF, and all the volunteers.

Terry Meyers

Beloit

 

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