Love, Confusion & Singing Cowboys in Sarah Ruhl's Late
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The last date listed for Late: A Cowboy Song was Wednesday January 15, 2014 / 8:00pm.
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Based on the hit Disney movies and the novel by Mary Rodgers, Freaky Friday finds an overworked… More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Eddie EitchesRed Velvet
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Sarah Rule plays are always interesting. This one with a woman who gravitates to a lesbian cowboy who sang throughout rather than the childhood boyfriend whom she marries is an earlier one.
It was a challenge to understand what the cowboy was singing.
Still, the play is so much fun. I especially enjoyed the husband's tale as a museum guard of a Rothko painting on loan.
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My husband & I didn't know what to think at 1st, but we were soon won over by the terrific cast (married couple in the play), the quirky, original, out there plot line & mixed media of it all! When it was done, we both realized how much we really...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“Here as ever, Ruhl has a finger to her chin in poetic meditation, with the added attraction of a youthful yodel in her heart.” -Washington Post
“Daugherty, proving he’s a master at balancing quirk and well-intentioned story-telling, is able to show the dance that Mary is dancing – both literally and figuratively – in her relationships and in her own mind in a consistently interesting way. Overall, this artistic vision serves the piece well.” —Broadway World
“[Daugherty] seems to have found the exact mix of comedy and tragedy that best enhances the play’s effect … With this work, Alyssa Wilmoth establishes herself as a major Washington actor – the kind of performer whose appearance in a cast can serve as a stand-alone justification to see a play … Thomas and Dinolfo also acquit themselves well in difficult roles.” -DC Theatre Scene