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Holiday Harvest

a Holiday Comedy
CATEGORY : COMEDY
by James Beck and David Fischer

COMPANY : Onion Man Productions [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Onion Man [WEBSITE]
ID# 4999

SHOWING : December 01, 2016 - December 18, 2016

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Celebrate the holidays with Arroyo Mortiferro by David Fisher and Lead Role by James Beck. Lead Role shows the lengths an actor would go to play the role of Scrooge in a Community Theater production. Arroyo tells the story of the lengths to which a couple will go to get their way after retirement!


CAST & CREW LIST
Director- Lead Role James Beck
Director - Arroyo Paige Steadman
Cast David Fisher
Cast Greg Fitzgerald
Cast Eric Lang
Cast Steve Pryor
Cast Erika Ragsdale
Cast Stacia Sexton
Cast Jillian Walzer
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REVIEWS

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Fun Holiday Show
by glocprod
Friday, December 16, 2016
3.5
Holiday Harvest is a run two-for show with plays by David Fisher and James Beck.

First up is the play of David Fisher, Arroyo Mortiferro in which a wife has promised her husband that for a year after their retirement, they can do whatever he wants.

Steve Pryor is especially lively in this piece and it is his enthusiasm that drives the humor.

Paige Steadman brings a steady hand to the direction here and keeps her actors focused on the prize.

David Fisher has especially funny moments, especially if you know that he is the playwright and know him at all personally.

The second piece, by James Beck, Lead Role, is the story of a man who has decided that indeed, attention must be paid. Greg Fitzgerald has one of his strongest acting turns as a man determined to play scrooge in the face of a community theater group where talent is not always the primary consideration.

When a new young actor arrives, the actor must try to keep his balance, but as with all community theater events, when he falls he falls into the arms of compassion. Stacia Sexton has an absolutely hilarious turn as the actor who wants so much to contribute but is shorter on talent than drive.

The evening is a great bargain and worth catching. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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