Malcolm and Teresa: True Story of Reporter Inspired by Famed Nun
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The last date listed for Malcolm and Teresa was Friday June 21, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Featured review from Les
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Great story. Well acted. If there was any issue at all, it would be that Theresa at times was difficult to here. There is no microphones in this small theatre (they aren't necessary), but Mother Theresa was a quiet personality and was played perfectly. I don't know what the solution might be, because raising her voice would take her out of character. We were third row center. I don't know the acoustics of the theatre, they may actually be better toward the back, as we were well below stage level. There is also a lot of Russian revolution history from Malcolm's past as a journalist that was very interesting and a bit disturbing. I guess we have heard and learned so much about Hitler's horrors that Stalin gets left out. Rambling a little here, but to sum up; go see it, if you get the chance.
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Very well presented! The play brought to mind many events that have been forgotten in the 1930s ad 1960s. It is worthwhile to review Malcolm's role in history and the political climate that existed in these two periods. The play is well-written...continued
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