Amadeus: Award-Winning Play About Mozart and His Rival
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The last date listed for Amadeus was Sunday May 26, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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Called "passionate, inventive and deeply personal, with just the right amount of crazy" by Time Out New York, New Repertory Theatre's production of Our Lady is a recent New York International Fringe Festival favorite. This dynamic and gutsy one-person show explores and exposes the stunning surprises actor-writer-director James Fluhr endured in the process of his own coming out. Set in a mythical world of fantasy and nightmare, the show's hero must learn to stand proud, beautiful and strong in the face of the dreadful Monster of Hate. Learn More
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This is a production I wanted to like more than I did. Impressive acting throughout didn't compensate for the over-long production, which seemed to drag, especially in the first act. Clever juxtaposition of a moden, quasi trompe l'oeil set with wonderful period costumes was marred by pretty terrible sound production, wherein dull and flat background themes were interrupted by distorted, poorly-sourced crescendi.
There's a lot of great energy here, but it seemed pushed too hard, too long, painfully noisy. I'm not knowledgable enough to venture whether this disappointment bears upon direction decisions or a simply tough play to pull off, but in several ways I prefer the similarly over-the-top original film. Somehow this was a theatrical experience that for me couldn't get out of its own way until the final scenes. Still, recommended, but patience and a disregard for the musical production are required.