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"Henry Naylor has written two works that are not only complex, but compelling...The performances of the three actresses are superlative. The depth of research which clearly went into the creation of each role is remarkable...Michael Cabot’s direction of 'Angel' and Emma Butler’s direction of 'Echoes' miss neither a beat nor a nuance. Reality is maintained without ever lapsing into melodrama or shock for the sake of shock." Full Review
"When boundless energy combines with incredible talent the result is Gustavo Pace and 'Naked Brazilian.' The ability to convincingly portray a wide range of characters is rare, and to do it this well is truly remarkable. The show is fast-paced and there is not a moment’s pause or flicker of confusion in the performance. The apparent ease with which this is accomplished is amazing and can only get better with the added confidence of each performance." Full Review
"Alice Johnson does an excellent job in the challenging role of Else…Max Baker, who wrote and directed the work, has a remarkable talent for writing believable dialogue. All of the characters in Else’s life are clearly individuals, each with his or her own voice...For the most part the production moves along smoothly. The only exception being some non-sequiturs thrown in which tend to distract from the story line." Full Review
for a previous production "Everyone who watches television or reads the newspaper should be required to see 'Delirium’s Daughters.' It is a splendid antidote to all the disaster, gloom and doom with which we are confronted daily...You will leave a happier and better adjusted individual and much more equipped to deal with the news of the day." Full Review
"The company has combined writing, direction, acting and the creativity of an entire ensemble to develop what can only be called a remarkable production...Bogart has directed it with careful attention to each moment, each nuance, and each in relationship to the whole. The performances of the production’s two actors are extraordinary. They have mastered incredibly challenging roles, totally embodying their characters and never allowing the attention of the audience to waver." Full Review
"Though it is well written by Jerry Polner, skillfully directed by Shana Solomon and performed by a talented group of actors, it is too much of a good thing...The audience has a feeling it is being prepped for a mid-term exam...Fortunately, despite this, the show fulfills its designated category of romantic comedy...There is so much good to be said for the production of 'Like Money in the Bank' that one can only wish it hadn’t taken on quite so much history." Full Review
"The work is filled with metaphors often difficult to discern…The production is sustained with the performances of two principal actors: Jason Paul Tate and Toby Macdonald. It is the conflict between the two that holds the consistent attention of the audience. Both do an exemplary job…Perceptively directed by Whitney Gail Aronson." Full Review