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    Subject: Richard Schiff in UTL at George St NJ
    Date: Feb 2, 2006
    Sender: DianePrevious | Next

    I wasn't sure how the sometimes soft-spoken, sometimes yelling Richard Schiff would be in a one man play. Fantastic performance. Subtle, funny, endearing and heartbreaking.
    And what a play! I don't want to spoil anyone's enjoyment of the slow unfolding of the tale by revealing too much. DO NOT READ ABOUT IT, GO SEE IT!
    If you yearn to believe the improbable, philosophise rhapsodically, hope for the glorious, you will identify with the sad and perplexed librarian.
    I loved it.

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    Comment index:

  • Underneath the Lintel   from ARG, Oct 28, 2001
  • Underneath the Lintel   from Roberta, Feb 1, 2002
  • Amazing Experience!   from Victoria, Mar 17, 2002
  • T. Ryder Smith   from Fredrik, Jan 17, 2003
  • Re: T. Ryder Smith   from John Sparks, Feb 6, 2003
  • Re: T. Ryder Smith   from Marilys Ernst, Jul 4, 2003
  • T. Ryder Smith   from Jon, Aug 17, 2003
  • Re: T. Ryder Smith   from S, Sep 14, 2004
  • » Richard Schiff in UTL at George St NJ «   from Diane, Feb 2, 2006
  • Holy Interstitial   from HR, Feb 17, 2006
  • Saw the play in Sarasota   from babsie, Apr 24, 2008
  • Underneath the Lintel   from ARG, Oct 28, 2001
  • Underneath the Lintel   from Roberta, Feb 1, 2002
  • Amazing Experience!   from Victoria, Mar 17, 2002
  • T. Ryder Smith   from Fredrik, Jan 17, 2003
  • Re: T. Ryder Smith   from John Sparks, Feb 6, 2003
  • Re: T. Ryder Smith   from Marilys Ernst, Jul 4, 2003
  • T. Ryder Smith   from Jon, Aug 17, 2003
  • Re: T. Ryder Smith   from S, Sep 14, 2004
  • » Richard Schiff in UTL at George St NJ «   from Diane, Feb 2, 2006
  • Holy Interstitial   from HR, Feb 17, 2006
  • Saw the play in Sarasota   from babsie, Apr 24, 2008