Five Uneasy Pieces

theatre · devoted, inc. · Ages 15+ · United States

one person show
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TONY FRANKEL stage and cinema/bitter lemons certified reviewer July 19, 2011
Tony Frankel, theatre critic for Stage and Cinema here. Here is a link to my review of FIVE UNEASY PIECES. full review
RYAN KARLOFF hollywood fringe correspondence certified reviewer June 16, 2011
Best one-person show I've ever seen-- funny and serious, engaging and light. Absolutely incredible. A must see!... full review
[email protected] DUNAWAY certified reviewer June 26, 2011
This show is spectacular. Truly a great performance. The transition between each piece and character was flawless. What a beautiful piece of work. kuddos... full review
PAULINE ADAMEK artsbeat la certified reviewer June 15, 2011
Five Uneasy Pieces Review by Pauline Adamek This review first appeared in the LA Weekly [link below] Todd Waring's impressive self-penned solo show (with moody live accompaniment on double bass from Lyman Medeiros) plays like an actor's show reel. His six short monologues demonstrate the middle-aged actor's command of a range of accents and personae, while the unpredictable subject matter swerves between dark, sinister, and emotional. Characters range from a crotchety old black woman (with perfect, quaint Southern intonations) to a jovial Australian art instructor (broad accent is passable) whose simmering rage inadvertently surfaces in an art class, to a foul-mouthed street gangster and a tough-talking Special Ops sergeant ... full review
[email protected] CLARK rich clark photography certified reviewer June 25, 2011
If there is a more talented chameleon than Mr. Waring, I haven't seen him/her. His characters are vivid and meaningful. I think the bass player adds to the mood of the show and is just another excellent choice made in the creation of a wonderful performance. You should make every effort to be a member of yet one more audience that feel that they are lucky to have seen Mr. Waring on stage.... full review