Non-Registered Critics: Patricia Foster Rye

Aug

Scraps

The cast is excellent.

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Jul

Ready Steady Yeti Go

The cast fares better when doubling as the adults involved. Especially Ms. St. Clair's excellent, nuanced monologue portraying the grownups in her life. The ending does not come to any new conclusions nor lead to any intuitive realizations.

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Jul

INDECENT

Not billed as a musical, this is definitely a play with music that becomes a part of the action and contributes greatly to the evening.

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Jul

Mysterious Circumstances

Production values are outstanding. - 3 Stars

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Jul

Anne, A New Play

INTRIGUING…

makes the main dramatic action of the play that much more poignant… the cast is excellent

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Jun

Invisible Tango

The journey is tied together by the end of the one act, and the final trick is mind-boggling and perfect. Eighty minutes go by very quickly watching this creative multi-talented performer and his captivating tale.

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Jun

Daniel's Husband

The life struggle that this sets up perfectly crystallizes and clarifies the earlier discussions. Everyone in this cast is at the top of their game and director Simon Levy keeps the comedic pace and rhythm of the piece on the mark. The end of the play is a four-to-five-hankie event (for those of you who still carry hankies) with a clear message.

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Jun

Anna in the Tropics

This is an excellent cast guided with skill and compassion by director Jon Lawrence Rivera. But the ending of the play is incongruous and quite jarring, after almost two acts of passion and quixotic language.

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Apr

Too Much Sun

The generic Cape Cod cottage porch and adjacent beach locale, scenic design by Alex M. Calle, are the perfect bland backdrops to the intense plot lines. Director Bart DeLorenzo guides this capable cast and adroitly blends the comedy with the drama.

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Apr

LACKAWANNA BLUES

Director Santiago-Hudson has paced the comedy perfectly and timed the rhythm of the evening for greatest effect. This one-act is very funny and not to be missed.

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Apr

The Wolves

This Pulitzer Prize finalist is funny, insightful and very entertaining.

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Feb

Miss America's Ugly Daughter: Bess Myerson & Me

Director Eve Brandstein keeps the pace moving and carefully delineates the chapters in Grant's life. - Four stars

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Aug

Mutt House

The music is hummable, there are laughs and the dog impersonations will elicit an "awww" from the hardest of hearts.

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Aug

Arrival & Departure

Playwright Sachs is also listed as director, which enables him to mine the important moments of this interesting, lovely play... The love between the lead characters is quite palpable and yet the ending inevitable.

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Jun

Forever Bound

FOUR STARS… a delicious series of mysteries and revelations… darkly funny… a terrific cast.

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May

Significant Other

Director Stephen Brackett brings pace and style to the proceedings. This a very entertaining evening at the theater not to be missed.

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May

L.O.V.E.R.

Ms. Robbins is an accomplished performer and an appealing tour guide on this journey.

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Feb

Freud's Last Session

FIVE STARS… TOTALLY ENGROSSING… intelligent humor and wry, witty jokes… a fascinating and stimulating evening at the theater…. NOT-TO-BE-MISSED

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