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On Sept. 22, theater critic Charles Isherwood stepped off the ferry into the warm evening air of Festival Thursday.
The plays he saw during his four-day stay, by Tennessee Williams and Eugene O'Neill, proved "terrific," "revelatory," and at least once "entrancingly bizarre."
We're thrilled that Isherwood found the Festival-produced Small Craft Warnings to be an "excellent production, powered by a supremely funny Gail Phaneuf in the role of Leona."
EgoPo Classic Theater's production of The Hairy Ape proved a "brutal allegory," and Chris Anthony’s "ferociously committed performance (paging Hollywood) was among the festival’s finest."
And Isherwood found Desire Under the Elms, staged by Abrahamse-Meyer Productions, to be "stripped-down" and "inventive" ... "Both [Mbali] Bloom and [Marcel] Meyer were entrancing in their dangerous dance of seduction ..."
Reviewer and theater scholar Bess Rowan found Small Craft Warnings to be "laugh out loud funny and absolutely entertaining," and Everett Quinton's production of In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel to be a "fantastic choice for a piece with such unusual rhythms."
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