Stage Hand 
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Re: “Downing

I still have my mother's Sunbeam toaster. It's older than I am and that's saying something these days. Sadly, it does over-brown one side while barely warming the other, so it is retired. More a memento of better-made machines than utilitarian workhorse. But I remember the toast it made on many mornings. Mmmm.

Posted by Stage Hand on 02/06/2013 at 11:42 AM

Re: “Too Many Missteps

My apologies to Jimmy Boegle. I may have been having a flashback to a former AzStar editor - an unfair comparison. Thanks for setting me straight, rickydale.

Posted by Stage Hand on 04/01/2011 at 3:59 PM

Re: “Too Many Missteps

Jeez Louise. Okay, let's start with the review. Ms. Forrester, I think once you've emptied both barrels, you don't need to reload and start again. We got that you hated the production by paragraph 1; your editor (whom I believe would be happy if all theater companies went under) really gave it away with that knife-in-the-gut headline. But you go on and on and on and...see? It's no fun when you know what's coming.

I imagine a cold-hearted, turtlenecked, schmoe dictating to herself as she types, chuckling with glee, like Higgins when he thinks he's finally caught Magnum with the Ferrari. However, I don't think that is really who you are. I don't think it gives you pleasure to trash a show. I think you are a defender, of sorts, of theater done well. I wish you could also be a true defender of the effort. You know what it's like to do theater. Have you forgotten the feeling of being panned? I am in no way saying you should give a show a pass, just because someone dared to put up the money, get a cast, rent a space, pay for ads, spend weeks of their lives for, in the end, pennies. I'm saying, wasn't there SOME little positive thing you could say? A spoonful of sugar, as the saying goes.

Now to the show. I'm going and you can't stop me. Try as you might, and you did try...I'm going anyway. I like both the Wilson plays they're doing and I'm pretty sure I'm going to like these productions. If I don't, I'll come back and eat crow. And I don't like crow one bit.

Posted by Stage Hand on 03/31/2011 at 1:31 PM

Re: “Domestic Dysfunction

slight correction:
Beauty Queen runs 2 hours WITH a 15-minute intermission.
Kimberly Akimbo runs 90 mins, no intermission.

Posted by Stage Hand on 03/02/2011 at 2:49 PM

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