Plays by Steve Martin, Woody Allen & Sam Shepard in An Evening of One Acts
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The last date listed for An Evening of One Acts was Saturday August 16, 2014 / 2:00pm.
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The first play by Steve Martin was fluffy, fun and entertaining. The second by Woody Allen was vintage Allen– well acted, snappy dialogue and charming. The third by Sam Sheppard was overacted and heavy handed in delivery. I thought that perhaps it was supposed to be funny but the audience wasn't laughing. The pacing was all the same. I'd say it was worth the price of admission for the first two. Don't feel bad about leaving after intermission.
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Nice idea to do 3 one-act plays by authors with well-known names. The problem is they are secondary works. Woody Allen's Riverside Drive is the strongest of the three plays. Chris Ensweiler's debut as Woody Allen is a challenge not quite met...continued
This show is recommended for ages 14 and older due to violence and adult language.
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