“”Irving's Tiara” Is More About Performance Than Story – But Slow In Pace!”
THE GEEK AUTHORITY - Lorenzo Marchessi
One of the joys of reviewing theatre in general is the opportunity to see fresh new talent, topics Written and Directed by Sam Henry Kass, “Irving's Tiara” is an original play that is a hyperbole of a story. The title reflects the object of desire and its meaning to three young ladies with very distinctive New York personalities. It comes off high energy and with three bold females leads, however, billed as a ‘black comedy', I found the humor coming from the actress's performance and not so much the story. The direction although, poised with high energy, seemed a little more generic in focus and seemed to force some of the humor as opposed to seemingly to be more natural.