Cindy Pierre

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Reviews (4)
60
Theatre is Easy

"Though 'Buskers' gives these real artists a platform to display their art, the documentary and musical genres don't marry well onstage. What the audience is left with is a talent show/bio show that doesn't quite come together as a theatrical piece. But even if 'Buskers' doesn't cohere so well, there are plenty of songsters and music to keep you glued to your seat...Despite these flaws, ‘Buskers’ unites voices that you wouldn't normally hear together." Full Review

90
Theatre is Easy

"The Belle of Belfast begins at rest, but never lacks momentum. It opens with a cheeky and entertaining conversation between penitent Emma Malloy and her confessor. Peppered with foul language and comedy, this opening lays the framework for all that is to come...The genius of the play is in the way things that are compelling are juxtaposed with things that are flip. One moment you can be laughing because of a wisecrack, but the next moment, your heart can be tugged by a tender look." Full Review

85
Theatre is Easy

"'The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek' provides a sturdy platform to discuss change while regaling us with cultural flavor and a charming rapport between a spiritual father and son. Though the first act is stronger, more profound, and more lively than the second, the arc and the completion of the story is there...First and foremost, what will stay with you is the storytelling, the performances, and the imagery that you encounter on the journey there." Full Review

95
Theatre is Easy

"A sublime evocation of the film noir genre...Film Chinois does such a great job of paying homage to film noir that you might think that you’re at the movies instead of at the theatre." Full Review