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for a previous production "Placing Highsmith the actual person as a fictional character in a drama that closely resembles one of her own taunt thrillers is a move of sheer brilliance...Peggy J. Scott is utterly captivating as Highsmith, delivering a highly nuanced take...But there is something just a little bit cliched about the character...Director Dan Foster deftly weaves the tantalizing plot through its' many twists and turns with just the right pace, effectively gaining steam as the play progresses." Full Review
“An insightful and unapologetic chronicle of a true genius and a truly flawed man…The manner in which Felder actualizes Bernstein’s epiphany is nothing short of pure theatrical magic…It is a riveting piece of stage craft. Moments of this kind of singular beauty have become increasingly rare in contemporary theater…This writer, an admitted Bernstein fanatic who was already fully aware of all the important events, still found himself sitting on the edge of his seat." Full Review
"A big, loud, in-your-face, knock-down-drag-out evening of very well-known classical melodies, very-well known classic rock tunes...A lot of the mash ups were less than graceful. Yes, the setlist was all arena rock anthems. Yes it caters to baby-boomer nostalgia. Yes, some of the projections were just silly...It is, however, a hell of a lot of fun! What it may lack in sophistication, it makes up for in pure exuberance. It is two plus hours of loud, ruckus, joyful noise." Full Review
for a previous production “An immensely entertaining new work…The spirited banter between the great men is chock-full of clever witticisms...Initially, their argument feels obvious and predictable...However, in the second act, the play begins to add more layers, as the world outside, the war, and the financial pressures weighing both men down add much more reality to the fantasy…Director Joe Brancato has wisely allowed the text to do the talking, providing a clean and uncluttered production.” Full Review