Sex, Drugs and Clowns Make Up the Dark Comedy That Good Night
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The last date listed for That Good Night was Saturday August 4, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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The year is 1944, segregation in the U.S. is prevalent and World War II is in full swing. At Port… More
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It’s surprising that anyone can concoct yet another black comedy about a woefully dysfunctional family, but give Andrew Dolan a gold star … Under director Scott Alan Smith’s nurturance, the exemplary cast morphs into a credible family, with every lingering hurt and happy shared memory clearly visible. -_Back Stage West _(Critic’s Pick)
Playwright Andrew Dolan puts his new play, _That Good Night at the Road Theatre Company, neatly through the goalposts … Director Scott Alan Smith’s emotionally acute staging scores huge laughs. —Los Angeles Times _
___That Good Night_ is dark comedy at its finest. It’ll undoubtedly make you laugh, it may make you cry, and if you let it, it just might tear you apart.-nohoartsdistrict.com
Oh no, not another play about a dysfunctional family! Well, this one is really worth seeing, not just for the well-written dialogue by Andrew Dolan, but by the stupendous performances by a cast from The Road Theatre Company in North Hollywood. —StageHappenings.com
That Good Night [is] a magnificent Irish family brawl, brought to tender and rip-roaring life by the superb cast and Scott Alan Smith’s assured direction. Andrew Nolan’s roller coaster play will have many of us comparing notes with our own families’ odysseys through the last several decades. —Burbank ’N Beyond
That Good Night is Ovation recommended.
The Road Theatre Company and Taylor Gilbert, Founder/Artistic Director together with Sam Anderson, Artistic Director, are thrilled to announce in this, their 21st season, the world premiere of That Good Night_, written by Andrew Dolan (The Many Mistresses of Martin Luther King_) and directed by Scott Alan Smith (Lady).