Arthur Dorman

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Reviews (4)
Black Light
West Village
Talkin' Broadway

for a previous production "Jones is a human fireball, emitting charisma, witty bon mots, stunning vocals, and sex appeal...Jones is passionate about pushing his community to resist cynicism and nurture hope...Through Jomama's eloquent persona, he presents this message without mentioning any particular political leaders or parties, policies, or agendas. But the message is delivered, wrapped in beauty, sex, wit, humor, and abundant artistry." Full Review

Talkin' Broadway

for a previous production “Gripping…Moad’s writing is deeply humane, creating characters that ring true and whose emotions seep into our consciousness…'Outside Paducah' marks playwright Moad's first time out as an actor. He made a spectacular debut, giving each of the characters a whole life and specific point of view…Credit goes also to Leah Cooper whose direction provided smooth pacing, with time to absorb the weight of what was being shared, without losing momentum." Full Review

Talkin' Broadway

for a previous production "Beautifully rendered, heartbreaking...It remains an achingly beautiful choral work and an articulate plea for peace among all nations and peoples...'All Is Calm' portrays this amazing story using songs from the era and actual words of the men involved...The cast of twelve singer-actors do both the dramatization and choral parts, every one of them singing gloriously and reciting with conviction. The spoken and singing parts glide into one another seamlessly." Full Review

Hold These Truths
East Village
Talkin' Broadway

for a previous production "Joel de la Fuente was astonishing in his ability to be all of these individuals. With the slightest shift in his tone of voice, facial expression, and posture he glided effortlessly among this diverse roster...Lisa Rothe oversaw the seamless transition among characters, places, and times, never allowing the story to rest...A sharply written play, an important history lesson and a reflection on the world today. This production certainly fully realized the breadth and depth of the story." Full Review