Debra Miller

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Reviews (5)
ChipandGus (FringeNYC)
Soho/Tribeca
DC Metro Theater Arts

"As the actors volley back and forth with balls and words, they never miss a beat in their non-stop dialogue or the real-time game they play. They distinctly capture the two disparate personalities with fluid naturalism, while developing their characters...'ChipandGus' is at once intelligent, funny, exasperating, and poignant, and the FringeNYC award and encore presentation of this self-described 'comedy with balls' are well deserved." Full Review

Phindie

"A wildly entertaining and ultimately heartwarming story about the importance of love, support, and trust, and the growing awareness, understanding, and acceptance that come with age...All bring a passionate personality and spot-on accent to their outspoken but lovable characters, supported by appropriately tacky costumes, wigs, and make-up and amusing props and set." Full Review

Phindie

"Parodying the 2002 hit film My Big Fat Greek Wedding through the lens of same-sex marriage, the camp comedies are both funny and relevant, with heartwarming messages about gay rights and wrongs, friends, families, and forgiveness, which underlie the hilarious high-jinks." Full Review

Phindie

"The compelling 70-minute semi-autobiographical solo show considers the impact of war on women...Under Stephen Stahl’s fluid direction, Sulby transforms from one character to another with split-second timing and finesse...Sulby’s momentous show is not totally disheartening; it becomes cathartic and uplifting, as she calls for the personal action of women everywhere." Full Review

Phindie

for a previous production “An eminently likable concert biography...The emphasis is clearly on the music, at which the supporting cast is admirably adept, though Lutken, as the featured player, brings more theatrical skill and empathy to his role...Although there’s nothing particularly surprising in the format of 'Woody Sez,' and often the paean to Guthrie borders on hero worship...the sympathetic production provides a toe-tapping, foot-stomping, crowd-pleasing hootenanny of a tribute to an American icon." Full Review