Sylvia: A.R. Gurney's Comedy About a Man, a Woman and a Dog Presented by Edgemar Center
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The last date listed for Sylvia was Sunday December 18, 2011 / 5:00pm.
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The Tony Award winner for Best Play of 2013, Christopher Durang's hit Broadway satire skewers the… More
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Featured review from william daugherty
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Gurney's play suits Ms Frederick perfectly. She seems to be naturally active, by turns graceful and graceless, almost adolescent. (We have seen her in other plays.) The role of Sylvia fits like a glove. The other actors are fine (one must mention Tom Ayers, who makes the most of gimmick casting) but the real force of the evening is in the play itself. A fine evening, light and funny, but not without enough meat for conversation after.
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Two of a man's most fundamental relationships are those with his wife and with his dog, not necessarily in that order. The play we saw last night, "Sylvia", by A.R. Gurney, which is currently in production at the Edgemar Center in Santa Monica,...continued
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“Tanna Frederick shines in ‘Sylvia.’ Tanna totally embraces this role and has such ‘doggone’ fun in bringing Sylvia to life. It is infectious.” —Examiner.com
“Tanna Frederick is truly brilliant as Sylvia. She embodies the fun-loving, childlike spirit of the dog.” —Huffington Post
“A guy in both midlife crisis and a stale marriage is an old story, but throw in a rambunctious adopted dog—-played by an insouciant and lovely actress—-and you have a play that is both poignant and laugh-out-loud funny.” —Whole Life Times
“More fun than a barrel of puppies. Frederick is nothing short of terrific.” —ReviewPlays.com
“Tanna Frederick is a delight…. Dog lovers everywhere (and that must be half of L.A.) will love this play.” —The Gregory Mantell Show