Review On Danny And The Deep Blue Sea AND Poison

Lorenzo Marchessi

Lorenzo Marchessi

Registered Critic

“Theatre 68 Has Excitement & Drama With The Energized “Danny & The Deep Blue Sea”!”

THE GEEK AUTHORITY - Lorenzo Marchessi

A wonderful charged drama, being performed in North Hollywood at Theatre 68 - “Danny And The Deep Blue Sea” was an engaging and riveting look into two broken lives that meet and share a course of the same insecurities and angst while learning they are more alike than dislike. Ronnie Marmo directed this piece with nothing more than a few simple sets and lots of dialogue and two very colorful characters that just light up the stage with their amazing performances.
“Danny And The Deep Blue Sea” was written as an off-Broadway play back in 1983 by John Patrick Shanley who is an American playwright, screenwriter, and theatre and film director whose play “Doubt: A Parable” won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama as well as the 2005 Tony Award for Best Play and in 1988 won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for his film”. “Doubt”

Pic 001 – Top L. – Kelsey Flynn, Katie Zeiner - TOP R. – Nicola Tombacco, Kelsey Flynn - Bot. L. - J. Bailey Burcham - Bot. Mid. – Renee Marino, J. Bailey Burcham - Bot. R. - Renee Marino