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Rated by 15 members
Laura Unger
Review from Laura Unger
Red Velvet 174 events 51 reviews

Susan Rome was really excellent as Louise Nevelson. However, the play itself is disappointing. If you went expecting, as I did, a quirky, unusual and thought provoking experience because the author is Edward Albee, you will be disappointed. ...continued

reviewed Nov 10 2019 report as inappropriate
g
Review from g
103 events 80 reviews

A good informative production for an American Artist not so many people know about

reviewed Nov 09 2019 report as inappropriate
Beverly With
Review from Beverly With
91 events 59 reviews

Although it was difficult to detect Edward Albee's words in this play, I enjoyed learning about the life of super art star Louise Nevelson. The acting was superb and the staging was extremely well done. It was well worth seeing.

reviewed Dec 01 2019 report as inappropriate
Elisabeth Higgins Null
Review from Elisabeth Higgins Null
8 events 4 reviews

One of the best plays I've seen in a long time--- crackling wit and gripping emotion. Acted with perfect timing, sparkle and understanding. A brilliant evening.

reviewed Nov 10 2019 report as inappropriate
Caroline Cooper
Review from Caroline Cooper
7 events 3 reviews

Fabulous -- an incredible piece of writing and absolutely incredible performance on all levels -- performers, set, ambiance, etc.

reviewed Nov 10 2019 report as inappropriate
Sandra Koontz
Review from Sandra Koontz
2 events 2 reviews

Boring dialog. The characters were poorly developed.

reviewed Nov 08 2019 report as inappropriate
Rex Moser
Review from Rex Moser
130 events 2 reviews

I went because I hadn’t heard of the play from an important playwright and I knew and liked the artist’s work. But the premise of an interview of the dead artist by a scholar just didn’t work. It was too chronological to be interesting. The...continued

reviewed Nov 07 2019 report as inappropriate
Ashley DelVillan
Review from Ashley DelVillan
2 events 1 review

Not one of Albee's strongest works to begin with, this two-actor play falls short when the actors feel mechanical. Over-acted with dramatic hand gestures and robotic delivery, the characters often feel like they unaware of their partner on stage...continued

reviewed Nov 09 2019 report as inappropriate