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    Reader comments on expat/inferno

    Subject: Expat/Inferno feel the burn
    Date: Aug 26, 2003
    Sender: JayPrevious | Next

    I saw the Sunday Aug. 24th performance of
    Expat/Inferno. I had planned to see Friday the
    8th but of course there was no shows. I wish I
    would have seen the show sooner, because I would
    have dragged several friends to see it.

    Drew Cortese and Judith Delgado were both
    haunting in their roles. The chemistry between
    the two was amazing. Loved Polly Lee's
    performance, although I thought she played the
    Femme Fatal better than the paranoid American.

    Jason Griffin brought energy and mischief to all
    of his parts. Mark Dold and Nathan White were
    both good in there roles. Mark seemed a bit stiff
    and cold even in the romantic memory scenes and Nathan was a bit over the top in his hysterics in the final
    scene.

    The staging, lighting and sound were great for
    the space. What can I say about the Direction and
    the script. All I can say was that I was on an
    emotional rollercoaster. I never felt
    "manipulated" just very involved with the story
    and the characters.

    I sincerely hope that this is one of the Fringe shows that gets picked up for a longer run.

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    Comment index:

    » Expat/Inferno feel the burn «   from Jay, Aug 26, 2003
  • DREW   from Lauren Noyes, Mar 25, 2005
  • Re: DREW   from Drew Cortese, May 26, 2005
  • Thanks Drew   from Lauren Noyes, Jun 14, 2005
  • » Expat/Inferno feel the burn «   from Jay, Aug 26, 2003
  • DREW   from Lauren Noyes, Mar 25, 2005
  • Re: DREW   from Drew Cortese, May 26, 2005
  • Thanks Drew   from Lauren Noyes, Jun 14, 2005