Jewish Theater Classic The Dybbuk Comes to Startling Life in Haunting Solo Show
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The last date listed for The Dybbuk (for Hannah and Sam's Wedding) was Thursday May 22, 2014 / 7:30pm.
Currently at The Lyceum Stage
- Full Price:
- $70 - $99
- Our Price:
- $20 - $99
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Let me preface this by saying that the actor was phenomenal and did a great job portrayingal all the different characters. I would give him five gold stars. The band was also great and super talented. However the going back between past and present storylines made the flow choppy and somehow hard to follow. There were times when you were so involved with the past story and then he would break out of that character to present character catching us offguard and havign us take a second to figure out what is going on. Therefore it ruined the flow of the play. And the side story of the uncle's tarred relationship with his brother and his ex wife was really irrelevant and not interesting. Again, I thought the actor was amazing and he did the best he could with the script. But with a running time of 70 minutes and only one person on stage there should be a more focus on the A storyline - the possession and a minor focus of B storyline - the present day wedding. But i do recommend this at least for the great acting and his effort into audience participation.
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I truly admire and respect Ron Campbell's acting and have been a big fan since I first saw him perform his one-man show, "The Thousandth Night," back in 1999. He has incredible talent, which is why I could not bear to give this show less than two...continued