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14 April 2005

The Review Is In!

Actually, the review for my play came in while I was out, but I just found it online today. Here's the blurb that pertains to me:

    The most successful work of the evening was Maureen Sullivan's "Panic in the Time of an Insecure God." Set in a hotel room, the play concerns a conversation that a man celebrating his wedding anniversary has with God. Alternately bragging about his powers and complaining about his limitations, Seth Berner was excellent in his role as the anxious deity. As he and the man, played by Paul Haley, discussed the large issues of hope and change and how to "fix" things, an engrossing dramatic universe was created. Director Harlan Baker lets Sullivan's writing lead the way with just enough physicality added to keep things visually interesting. A bit of business with the lights constituted a particularly nice modulation.

Cool, huh? To read the review in its entirety, click here.


Blogger Carolyn said...

Wow! What an honor for you. Congratulations and I wish you much success!

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