While I loved the actors and the performance, the truth is I was MOVED by the story, by the transformation in the two actors as they story progressed, and by the way the storyline was portrayed.
I have seen more than 50 plays this year, and this was one of the two most powerful pieces of Fringe 2012.
I could relate to everything that was happening, as I have had contact with mentally ill people in my life with a manic depressive/schizophrenic first wife. To watch Gary's character describe ...
This is one of the plays that I missed during the regular run of the Fringe, and was so happy that it was selected for the Best of Fringe so that I would have another opportunity to catch it. I had heard so many good things about the show, and it more than lived up to the hype.
Featuring former SAG President Alan Rosenberg and dynamic newcomer Dominic Rains, the play was a voyage in human interaction and emotion.
From the opening scene where Rosenberg enters the small Boston gym, and then ...
The SECRET of SHERLOCK HOLMES
July 08, 2012
This on the surface, could have been a very interesting show. However I found it dreary and very amateur. Both cast members over-acted to the point of it being a joke. There was no chemistry whatsoever between the characters, and as a result the hour painfully dragged.
It seemed I was watching a battle between two rival actors, each desperate to out-act each other, both failing to deliver.
Neither performer gave over any sense of the emotion in any of the scenes - it was like watching two r...
Part bizarre love story, part twisted fairy tale, part mystery thriller and all outrageous and offensive, the 70s cult film comes to the stage with a story so strange and shocking, you won't believe it's happening right in front of you. 18+ only.