Sunday, November 06, 2005

Broadway Bound

Lakewood Theatre Company
November 5, 2005; closes December 11, 2005

Best thing was being reminded how perceptively smart, heart-achingly funny this script really is. To succeed, blind optimism must be balanced by discovery of painful truth. Boys had chutzpah, but otherwise rather disengaged, deflated parental performances felt too-soon resigned. Missing spark and sparkle are a little attitude and alotta timing.

6 comments:

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Anonymous said...

Chutzpah?

nathan.lamb@us.army.mil

Anonymous said...

sheesh, look it up.

Anonymous said...

Forgive him, he's ARMY.

Anonymous said...

I saw the show, and really enjoyed the Eugene & Stanley characters.
They brought the play to life. I am a Neil Simon fan, therefore I has to see it.

JB said...

The brothers were definitely the stronger characters. Hope to see them in something again soon.