Portraits: Icons Unveiled

solo performance · art of acting studio · Ages 10+ · United States of America

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BRIANNE RICHARD certified reviewer June 22, 2017
Loved this one! It was very entertaining and the character work was fantastic. Well put together and thoroughly enjoyable.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 23, 2017
Two one-woman shows stitched together lightly. One I found fascinating, the other not so much, as can be expected in such a situation.... full review
ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer June 25, 2017
Talk about sensational. The effort and talent that it takes to bring two of the most influential women in the twentieth century to life, is by no means an easy task. The two actors did an amazing job at creatively bridging two separate one woman shows into a single piece. The Actress that played Lucille Ball, who's real name coincidentally is Lucy (Lucy Green) was absolutely phenomenal. Her ability to capture not only the Comedic prowess of Lucille Ball, but the stoic undercurrent of determination and poise that the queen of Comedy was forced to possess to overcome sexism, as well as a failing marriage was on display from beginning to end. The next piece was Zelda Fitzgerald, played by Sarah Wheeler. This was the second half of the piece wh... full review
ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer June 25, 2017
Both "Portraits" were well done and left me with a positive impression. Lucy Greene as Lucille Ball was witty and quick and entertaining. Sarah Wheeler as Zelda Fitzgerald was deep and empathetic. The combination was powerful and uplifting.... full review