Non-Registered Critics: Greggory Moore

Sep

Beast on the Moon

Unfortunately, playwright Richard Kalinoski doesn’t manage to make much of a story out of their struggle, and the emotional resonance he seeks is never really earned. Nonetheless, a couple of nice performances make this International City Theatre production watchable, if uneventful.

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Oct

A Splintered Soul

The script's many faults don't prevent the cast from delivering Brooks's dialog in earnest. And while they can be a bit too earnest at times..., they get an “A” for effort. Lotorto is particularly good in an angry exchange with the rabbi. Director Mayra Mazor also does solid work, keeping things from being too static in a play that could easily fall victim to being too talky.

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Oct

A Splintered Soul

It's not a bad premise, but its execution is fatally flawed, with playwright Alan L. Brooks simply skipping over any plot point or substantive question that gets in the way of where he wants to go... The script's many faults don't prevent the cast from delivering Brooks's dialog in earnest.

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