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UNDERNEATH THE LINTEL or An Impressive Display of Lovely Evidences, by Glen Berger
Underneath the Lintel!!
Friday, August 1, 2003
5.0
I just finished seeing Talley's Folly last week and loved it.

This show defies description - it is a one man show and it is one of the best new plays I have seen in years - literally. Written by Glen Berger, Lintel is a fasinating saga of a librarian's journey to seek a person who has left an overdue book in a night deposit slot 113 years overdue.

I won't give away the journey, but let's just say the story isn't about the overdue book. It is a wonderful show and Steve Coulter (the only actor in the show) is fantastic! I am in awe!

This theatre company does such great work - I highly recommend Lintel!

Talley's Folly, by Lanford Wilson
Talley's Folly
Friday, August 1, 2003
5.0
I have seen the shows this company has done over the past three years. I can't figure out why Atlanta has not discovered this theatre company yet. The shows are wonderful - there is a sense of detail that most theatres just don't get - even the Alliance.

This particular show is wonderful - Kathy Janich called it "exquisite" and she's right. It is a wonderful play and I can't believe the performances by Rhoda Griffis and Larry Larson. I rarely see actors work the way these two actors work together on stage. The detail and nuance is hard to descirbe.

This is a great play, and I hope they get the audience they deserve - I for one, am a fan and will see everything they produce.

I give this show five stars!

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