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for a previous production "A one of a kind show...Joanne totally embodies the character of Evelyn, and her American accent is relaxed and flawless as we are let into Evelyn's life through her many façades. Throughout the show Hartstone plays a number of different characters who she switches seamlessly from with ease...Hartstone has the ability to milk every line in this well-written show. Her connection with the audience is instantaneous and from start to finish, both actor and audience member are one." Full Review
for a previous production "An enchanting adaptation...The entire visual aspect of this production is sensational, and just you wait for the final reveal...Overton's performance is superb and memorable, but this production relies on the combined efforts of all concerned...It takes the efforts of all of these elements, the visual side as well as all of the excellent performances, to make this an entertaining and rewarding production...Everybody concerned deserves commendation...A magical tale, beautifully told." Full Review
for a previous production "Llewelyn-Williams shows us the man, and the boy, looking back at past times, and reliving them. His performance is riveting, and he occasionally punctuates his narrative with some very well-executed sleight of hand...The script is beautifully written and Llewelyn-Williams weaves his fictional story and the real events together so cleverly that one could easily believe that the entire tale was factual...Llewelyn-Williams is captivating, and a great storyteller." Full Review
for a previous production "'Blood at the Root' is the powerful and moving interpretation of those events, a work that prompts discussion…The individual performances from these young actors are all strongly committed and convincing...When the climax arrives it is thus all the more effective as we have connected with the characters. The group dynamics are equally captivating as friendships and loyalties are challenged, strengthen, or collapse." Full Review