Victoria Weisfeld

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Reviews (6)
Front Row Center

"4.5 stars! In a play with only two characters, much depends on how strongly they inhabit their roles and the chemistry between them—a job made harder in this play because they communicate through the written word, not the telling glance. Yet, their growing affection for each other shines through convincingly." Full Review

Midwives
New Brunswick
Front Row Center

Score: 75%. "Chris Bohjalian's 1997 suspense novel has sold more than two million copies, and at least two previous attempts have been made to take it from page to stage." Full Review

Front Row Center

“Ludwig’s delightful new play...The plot of a farce never benefits from minute dissection, but Oscar, Cannizzaro, and Psomas create such strong and entertaining characters, you willingly suspend disbelief, and the many clever touches pile up one after another, keeping the audience roaring. There are a few lulls in act two, but the pace picks up again...The acting is uniformly strong.” Full Review

Conscience
New Brunswick
Front Row Center

Score: 95% "The real-life confrontation between Maine Senator Margaret Chase Smith and the red-baiting Wisconsin Senator Joe McCarthy is brilliantly explored in Joe DiPietro's new play Conscience, on stage at George Street Playhouse, New Brunswick, New Jersey." Full Review

Front Row Center

“Wood and Kakkar keep the dialog blazing. Wood is all over the stage, flopping in a chair, pouring a drink, never still an instant, until something makes him alight like a dragonfly, only to dart away again. Kakkar is the steady one, not as amusing, but just as passionate...Stories of impossible love have been a theater staple. This compelling McCarter production lets us confront their contemporary face. A highly satisfying theater experience, one well worth the jaunt to Princeton." Full Review

Front Row Center

“An evocative reminder of a pivotal piece of World War II history…Act One does a good job in setting up the multiple conflicts and questions. While Act Two has resonant moments, it isn’t as strong, relying on some unlikely coincidences and encounters. Ultimately, though the story's questions are answered (except the biggest one, which the playwright leaves to the audience), there’s almost too much to bring together smoothly. The staging and the acting overall are excellent.” Full Review