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Polk Street Players1
Square Globe Theatre1
Theatre Gael1
Neighborhood Playhouse1
Average Rating Given : 4.25000
Reviews in Last 6 months :

How The Other Half Loves, by Alan Ayckbourn
How the Other Half Loves
Saturday, June 2, 2001
This show is a very unusual one in the fact that 2 couples share the same space but live in 2 completely different houses! After a the sluggish first scene, which is only sluggish because of the writing and not the acting, this show takes you down a very winding road of lies that intermingle 3 couples, of which the husbands are all co-workers. You spend most of your time trying to figure out who's sleeping with who and who thinks who is sleeping with who! This is well acted and was thoughtfully directed. Gabrielle Fulton steals the show with her shy and niave character, Mary. Gabrielle takes this character to a new level that I don't think the writer thought it would go. It's very obvious that Gabrielle did her homework with this one. Kudos to the whole cast for a great evening of laughs and some new fun one-liners!

Night of the Living Cubestackers, by Various
Stacked Just Right!
Tuesday, May 15, 2001
Want an evening of fun? Want an
evening of fun and unusual one-acts? Then this is the place to be! Square Globe has assembled a very talented ensembled for their this production. It's a very upbeat, face paced, peanut throwing evening that will keep you constantly asking what's next? Owens has displayed great directoral abibility with keeping constance movement on stage and yet keeping you focused on what was the main point of each one act. Glassco and Griffin keep the pace of "between acts" with well acted monologues. So if you like a something that adds a variety to your evening, this get off you butt and go see this one!

To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday, by Michael Brady
You GOTTA go see this one!
Saturday, May 12, 2001
This show will completely blow your mind away. I went into to this show expecting a very nice evening of theatre, something to kick back and relax to. Boy did I get more than I bargained for. This show took me to a higher level than I have been in a long time for a community theatre production. I was thourghly impressed with what director Jeff Zwartjes brought to this production. Derek Seiling made you feel the sorrow and sadness David was feeling of loosing his wife almost 2 years ago. Alyssa Bernstein was simply stunning in her performance. Heck, the whole cast was brilliant! This show was well acted, well directed, and just something that everyone should spend the $8 and the drive to downtown Marietta to go and see! I promise you will not be disappointed!

Philadelphia, Here I Come!, by Brian Friel
A Great Mix!
Wednesday, May 9, 2001
If you want to see a show that will make you laugh and then make you cry, then this is the show for you! This tale of a young man who wants to leave Ireland for Philadelphia is one needs to be seen by all. There was just the right amount of comedy and drama that makes this show really enjoyable. The 2 Gar's are very talented men and the supporting cast hold their own! Go and SEE!!

The Gift: An Aris Christmas
The Gift: An Aris Christmas
20th Century Blues
by Susan Miller
Live Arts Theatre
A Christmas Tuna
by Ed Howard, Joe Sears, Jaston William
Southside Theatre Guild
Almost, Maine
by John Cariani
Centerstage North Theatre
Another Night Before Christmas
by Sean Grennan & Leah Okimoto
Academy Theatre
Daddy Long Legs
by John Caird (book) and Paul Gordon (songs)
The Legacy Theatre
Its a Die Hard Candy Cane Holiday
by Marc Farley
Agathas: A Taste of Mystery
Its a Die Hard Candy Cane Holiday
by Marc Farley
Agathas: A Taste of Mystery
Midnight at the Masquerade
by The Murder Mystery Company
The Murder Mystery Company in Atlanta
The Gift: An Aris Christmas

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