Friday, September 17, 2010

Rewrite of 'Gone With the Wind' churns out fun

Rewrite of 'Gone With the Wind' churns out fun

Rewrite of 'Gone With the Wind' churns out fun

Cathalena E. Burch Arizona Daily Star | Posted: Friday, September 17, 2010

Director Betsy Kruse Craig's ramped up the humor with dialogue delivered in rapid fire and physical exchanges by Palmer and Erbe as they acted out the scenes for Guajardo's on-the-verge-of-bumbling Hecht.

Palmer brought to his impression of Scarlett O'Hara a deliciously funny feminism and exaggerated Southern twang while Erbe delivered an over-the-top Melanie in the throes of childbirth.

Hecht is a hard character to nail, but Guajardo convincingly conveyed him in all his shades

With delicious physical gestures and fabulously funny facial expressions, Victoria McGee's Miss Poppenghul was a delight.


PHOTO BY TIM FULLER / COURTESY INVISIBLE THEATREDwayne Palmer (with book), Terry Erbe and Roberto Guajardo in Invisible Theatre's "Moonlight and Magnolias."

Moonlight and Magnolias