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4 reviews
2 stars
attended Dec 16 2008

First rate! Quite compelling and entertaining!

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1 review
0 stars
attended Dec 23 2008

Good actors trapped in a bad play. The description sounded intriguing but the play failed to live up to the description of "thriller". The play structure tried to be... continued

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4 reviews
1 stars
attended Dec 25 2008

We read all the Goldstar reviews before attending. Yes, poles were in the way. Yes, it wasn't a thriller in the typical sense. Yes, the ending was weak. Yes, it was a... continued

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Website

http://www.dustthethriller.com/

Quotes & Highlights

“Excellent acting, writing laced with mordant humor, and a shocking denouement.” —Associated Press
“An A-list cast in a high wattage production.” —Variety

Description

Dust begins with a struggle over power and respect. Verbal sparring turns angry, posturing leads to entrenched positions, and out of nothing – out of dust – a grudge match is born. Billy Goda tells his story in short, sharp scenes, each with a clear dramatic idea, and Scott Zigler has directed with a fine feel for pacing. Richard Masur (”Rhoda_" and “One Day at a Time”) is a warm, likeable actor – and he and the skilled Hunter Foster ("_Urinetown"_) work to make the characters’ psychological contours believable." —_The New York Times