Middletown: Poignant, Witty Play by Pulitzer Prize Finalist Will Eno
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The last date listed for Middletown was Sunday February 24, 2013 / 2:00pm (With Post-Show Discussion).
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Featured review from Jessica Mink
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I went to the first show, but the acting was great. THe minimal stage works well with this sort of updated Our Town, where the town cop is the Stage Manager, and newcomers with their own problems take their place among the life-long residents. Middletown is where we live between birth and death, a point handled well, but maybe a bit too obviously.
By Will Eno
Directed by Doug Lockwood
Featuring ASP Company Members:
Michael Forden Walker*
Jeff Adelberg (lighting)
Emily Nichols (scenic)
David Reiffel (sound)
Kendra Bell (costumes)
Post-Show Discussions at the production venue immediately following each Sunday 2pm matinee.
*A member of the Actors' Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States
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