'In the Mood' fast-paced fun with delicious dialogue, sets
Kathleen Allen Arizona Daily Star | Posted: Friday, September 9, 2011

There are many things remarkable about Invisible Theatre, but this one always astounds:
The big sets on the tiny stage.
Not big in size, but big in concept and execution. That stage is constantly being transformed in impressive ways.
And so it is with "In the Mood," which the company opened Wednesday.
This is a fast-paced comedy with delicious dialogue by Clark, seamless directing by Claassen, and actors who embrace the froth with a giddy sense of delight.
"In the Mood" will put you in the mood for some hearty laughter and good fun.

Jack Neubeck, as an actor hired to pretend he's a carpenter, and Polly Schlitz, as the pianist with a scheduling conflict, are among the stellar cast of Invisible Theatre's "In the Mood."

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