Aperture

ensemble theatre · dog park theater co. · Ages 16+ · world premiere · United States

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Review by TRACY HORWATH
June 24, 2013

My overall impression

Aperture was exactly what one would hope-a great, suspenseful story, terrific acting and direction, and lots and lots of passion. These are very talented individuals, and they all complement each other perfectly. Matthew Morosky and Christopher Wallinger had such a strong dynamic and played off each other perfectly. Bridgette Campbell provided excellent comic relief, and her natural instinct for acting was able to shine with all the layers and depths her character reaches throughout the play. Aperture tells a wonderful tale about lies, deceit, jealousy and, of course, love. It invokes feelings of sympathy, anger, empathy and hope, and it makes me excited to see what these talented folks come up with next!

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