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Barefoot in the Park
by Neil Simon

COMPANY : Rosewater Theatre Company [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Cumming Playhouse [WEBSITE]
ID# 2196

SHOWING : March 02, 2007 - March 17, 2007



After a six day honeymoon a spanking new lawyer, who has just won his first case 6 cents in damages, and his young bride, who is as pretty and addled as they come, move into the new, high rent apartment that she has chosen for them. But the difficulty is, in order to enjoy the charming character of this apartment, one has to climb six wheezing flights. And the apartment is absolutely bare of furniture, the paint job came out all wrong, the skylight leaks snow, there isn't room for a double bed, and an outlandish gourmet who lives in a loft on the roof uses it and the window ledge as the only access to his padlocked premises. The situation is enough to break the heart and burst the lungs of any stylish young lawyer; and indeed it does, on the night he flatly refuses to join his wife in a barefoot walk through the snow in the park. She kicks him out, but he comes back not for reconciliation, but because he figures that since he's paying the rent she should be the one to go. "The merriest evening Broadway has enjoyed in years." N.Y. World Telegram & Sun. "A bubbling, ribtickling comedy." N.Y. Times. "Critic weeps joyfully.... I don't think anybody stopped laughing while the curtain was up last evening." N.Y. Daily News.

Costuming Bonnie S Coker
Corie Bratter Kimberly Hamilton
Victor Velasco Don Hawkins
Telephone Man Mark W. Schroeder
Paul Bratter Daniel VanHiel
Ethel Banks Valerie Wagoner
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yo yo mark shroeder, u r soooo hot!
by feather
Monday, March 12, 2007
this is a fairly good show. i not shur its the best barefoot but its a good one. i saw this year ago at kudzu with my nemisis jason being the lead but that review got deleted. this barefoot is slighty better but i hate to say it but jason was better than daniel. but i like daniel, he's kindof swave n cool, buts its just that daniel doesnt have the range jason has. haha. omg its fun to compare the 2!!! kimberly is soooo much better than brandy, but i liked the two old people at kudzu better. but omg i love mark shroeder!!! he is soooo fab!!!! come see this show only to see this hot guy! rawrr! oh soooo sexxy!!!! [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
line! by line!
OMG - I think I've finally figured out feather's true identity - it's MARK SCHROEDER!
Mark's got a fan by cathead67
Aw, ain't that sweet! : )
blush blush by feather
Great Night Out
by Traveler
Thursday, March 8, 2007
This is another great Rosewater production. The cast have great chemistry and the result is a hilarious evening in a great venue. John Spencer has only one scene but steals it just the same. I couldn't stop laughing. Kimberly Hamilton (Corie) and Daniel VanHeil (Paul) actually seem to fit together. I wouldn't want Mark Schroeder to install my phone but again he just seems to fit in the craziness. Valerie Wagoner (Ethel Banks) and Don Hawkins (Victor Velasco) do their best to steal a few scenes, especially after "the night on the town". Everyone in the cast just seems to fit into their roles and the result is a very laugh filled evening. An honorable mention to the set, great work and the snow through the skylight is the finishing touch. Great job all around. I would love to see these actors together for other productions. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
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