August 2012 it is Feb 2013 UPDATE please
Give a little and support DTP they are asking and needing YOur help
Even though these gals won't be needing the streetcar for transportation, hope they park their cars in ParkWise, and eat their meals and drink in lavish style in Rio Nuevo TIFF District.
Nice read, thanks for sharing a sweet and interesting 2nd Saturday story, it is such a great experience being downtown and sharing these kind of moments. again thank you for sharing one of yours.
Fortunately this review appeared after I had seen the play. As I am often guided by the reviews appearing in the periodical. I will have to rethink this procedure. This play was stark and poignant. I am of the mind that Barbara's persona was executed nicely by Arnold. The lack of histrionics and breakdowns was refreshing. Her portrayal was much more realistic than what was described above.
Guajardo portrayal of Kenneth as wounded right from the start, is not inappropriate and he is able to keep the audience at that level through the 80 minutes of the show. Could it have been done differently, of course, would that have made it better for the audience? Who knows. In my opinion this performance is worth the investment of both our time and ticket price, Arnorld and Guajardo can be proud of developing great characters resulting in realistic persons that appears to take minimal effort on their part. Actors at their solo and collective best.
Honestly this IS important news to persons looking for a Coffee House in the weekends JAVA deprived Rio Nuevo. Thank you for keeping the information, sparkroot and aLa Cart it is. Shot in the Dark is also closed on Sunday 4am till Monday 6am.
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