Friday, September 24, 2010
Thursday, September 23, 2010
Servings of Nostalgia
Two fine plays take Tucsonans back in timeby Nathan ChristensenTucson Weekly
The Invisible Theatre is dishing up Moonlight and Magnolias as the first production of its 40th anniversary season, and the flavor is light, sweet and frothy, with a little bit of kick. The play is about three brilliant men colliding in a small room as they work to create something monumental—and the production itself offers three talented men colliding on a small stage as they create a high-energy evening of theater.Terry Erbe, Dwayne Palmer and Roberto Guajardo inMoonlight and Magnolias.Read the entire review at: Servings of Nostalgia | Review | Tucson Weekly
Friday, September 17, 2010
Giving away nothing in energy or alacrity, veteran actors Roberto Guajardo as garrulous writer Ben Hecht and Terry Erbe as arrogant director Victor Fleming are happy to push their own roles to equally emotional extremes.
Getting laughs with her rigid propriety is Victoria McGee playing Selznick's obedient secretary.
Read the full review at Moonlight and Magnolias.