The Thousandth Night

comedy · intrepid theatre company · Ages 8+ · family friendly · one person show · United States of America

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CHARLES ZIARKO certified reviewer June 10, 2019
There's no shortage of one-person shows, as usual, but NOBODY can top this one, in which San Diego pro SEAN YAEL-COX holds his audience SPELLBOUND for 70 minutes (not 75, per the program, or 80, per HFF promo). Combining the conundrum of Scheherazade with the maelstrom of WWII, SEAN gives one of the best solo performances I've ever seen, abetted, I'm sure, by the direction of Jason Heil (ironic name, considering the WWII milieu). Carol Wolf's decades-old script is solid dramaturgy, and SEAN makes the most of it that any actor possibly could! Brilliant! Compelling! Doesn't miss a trick!... full review
DIANA BEARDSLEY certified reviewer June 23, 2019
tagged as: Good acting · moving · Entertaining.
Very impressive one man tour de force. He made characters and situations come alive with scarves, hats and a pillow! Amazing transitions from one character to another. Moving play with an important message about speaking up in the defense of others. Heartfelt, earnest, and entertaining. ... full review
ROB STEVENS certified reviewer June 13, 2019
read complete review at the link below... full review