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Golden Year Shimmers!

...lovely, very moving new play...reason for celebration...excellent actors...Kathy Gail MacGowan's direction is skilled and razor-sharp...

Andrew Rothkin
About Show: 
The Golden Year

Producer/Actor Charles E. Gerber interviewed about 'Caesar and Cleopatra'

Who's more important? Gads! " In the beginning was the WORD." Truly, if it ain't on the page....no hope.

About Show: 
Caesar and Cleopatra

Smart subtext...excellent performances by the cast...and a solid execution make this a worthwhile show to go see

I left having really enjoyed The Chekhov Dreams...I note that this has been developed in past workshops and readings and I would like to encourage further productions as it is definitely worth it..

Case Aiken
About Show: 
The Chekhov Dreams

Fabulous Darshan is a triumph for the WorkShop

Fabulous Darshan, Bob Stewart's wise, funny, and splendidly entertaining new play at WorkShop Theater company, is indeed fabulous in every way.

Martin Denton
About Show: 
Fabulous Darshan

This is a nuanced, quietly captivating production and its whole strength rests on the capable shoulders of Ellen Barry.

Ellen Barry's Lizzie is at once a sympathetic figure and a cold, unhinged woman who does seem capable of murder—and who reminds us of what we in turn might be capable of...Mitch Giannunzio’s script

Di Jayawickrema

you will not be disappointed...what makes this play work is the groove the ensemble can get going

Paul Weidner’s translation, with its political edge, its humor, and its moral lessons, is necessary and timely. If you’re a fan of Tartuffe you will not be disappointed.

Leslie Bramm
About Show: 
Molière's Tartuffe
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