Unbeatable Harold, A Romantic Adventure, at Ruskin Group Theatre Company Reviews & Ratings
We thoroughly enjoyed what we felt was an unexpected, hilarious, well written and superbly acted show!report as inappropriate
I really like this little theatre, but this is the first play I've seen there that really knocked my socks off. The acting was superb! The set was wonderfully nostalgic and the script totally believable. You won't be disappointed.report as inappropriate
It is a well written, very well acted, short, but intense play, which is very humorous and insightful to the dilemma of one person thinking of large possibilities for one's life against the more realistic feelings of another.report as inappropriate
Very pleasant short play that was most realistic.....
well done too!
Short, sweet(ish) and beautifully performed.report as inappropriate
Not quite what I had expected; but I thought the show was cute. It seemed more like a sketch than the play I had anticipated.report as inappropriate
Very funny situation very well acted. Harold thinks he is quite a guy. Wanda doesn't agree. See how it ends.report as inappropriate
Well acted but a lame subject. It was more like an acting exercise. There were only five people in the theater, and at least three of us were from Goldstar.report as inappropriate
Well written, well acted, well staged. I will be back to this theatre.report as inappropriate
Light entertainment, well acted, good script. A bit too short at about 45 minutes, but very enjoyable.report as inappropriate
Amusing "short-story" one-act type play. Well acted. All seats in the small theatre are good. Brief, but very enjoyable, evening.report as inappropriate
Funny but way too short (45 minute show).report as inappropriate
It was an okay play. Reflections of growing pains in a small town. The contrasting life-views between the characters was cute.report as inappropriate
It's not that the actors performed badly...it was the substance of the story...and the brevity of the script. ..and, the annoying people in the audience that seemed to be told to laugh loud...when the lines were not funny.report as inappropriate