Fathers of Psychoanalysis Battle on The Couch
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The last date listed for The Couch was Sunday April 7, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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Scribes, not spacemen, are the heroes of The Write Stuff, the off-beat and edgy comedy from playwrights Joe Napoli and John Scacco (The Final Cut). Based on the all-too-real tribulations of show-biz writers, The Write Stuff unfolds on the eve of what could be a giant break for two aspiring filmmakers: a face-to-face with Hollywood's heaviest-hitting producer. As the clock ticks -- and with only one chance to pitch a winning idea -- the two embark on a frantic search to find the perfect story. Get swept up in this fast-paced one-act play at the Tides Theatre. Learn More
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Featured review from JRed Velvet
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Overall, acting was well done. We enjoyed the wife the most. Kept my attention almost the entire time. The theater company is wonderful. Go support them. They were also kind enough to provide snacks and wine. That always makes the experience even better too.
Quotes & Highlights
“Directed here by Amy Glazer with great panache, The Couch features a stellar cast … Kaufman’s triumphant, feminist ending is both hilarious and deeply satisfying.” -San Francisco Examiner
“In director Amy Glazer’s skilled hands, it is a perfect jewel of a play._ The Couch _unfolds with clarity and humorous twists, authentic costuming, and tight performances by a talented ensemble.” —Marin Scope
“Maggie Mason as Jung’s mistress and protégé Antoinette Wolf, and Courtney Walsh playing his wife Emma, are the main roles and are both done with aplomb and believability.” -examiner.com
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