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Three Tables

theatre · samedi productions · Ages 12+ · United States

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KATHY TURNER certified reviewer June 10, 2012
I rushed down to Hollywood at the last minute to see this little play that sounded cute (who hasn't sat in a restaurant and wondered what was going on at the other tables?) but it was only 25 minutes long so I figured if I didn't make it, no big deal. But boy am I glad I made it. What a charming little play. The play actually started in the line where the waiter and hostess greeted guests with little snacks (not sure if that was just because it was the opening performance with many family and friends, but it was still charming). Believable dialogue and good performances. It was hard to believe that they were able to link and sum up so many stories in only 25 minutes but they did and I'd definitely like to see it again. Bravo!... full review
VICTORIA WATSON certified reviewer June 17, 2012
A truly charming offering full of hope and opportunity. Most Fringe offerings shoot for edgy, complicated, intense, etc. This is just plain good theater. I actually wished it was longer than its 25 minutes.... full review
STEPHANIE BRAY certified reviewer June 18, 2012
I saw this charming and engaging play Saturday June 16. At the end I found myself wanting to know more about the characters and I credit the witty and at times poignant writing. The ensemble cast was wonderful and the deft directing made this play extremely enjoyable to watch.... full review
BOB LEGGETT certified reviewer June 27, 2012
I was intrigued by this play, and had to see it - it didn't hurt that the play was only 25 minutes long. I have attended plays three times that long that didn't impact me as much. The concept was relatable to practically everybody. The play centered around dinner conversations at three tables in a crowded restaurant. At one table was a couple celebrating their five-year anniversary. At the second table was a couple going through a divorce, and meeting to sign the final papers. At the third table was a couple on a blind date. I felt like I was watching my life pass before my eyes, as I have been in all three circumstances. The play was powerful in its portrayal of these three couples. The acting could not have been better. You f... full review