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    Reader comments on Feed the Hole

    Subject: feed the hole
    Date: Dec 9, 2004
    Sender: Leonard TrapmanPrevious | Next

    Although I found various aspects of this production, inc the script, set design, direction, and lighting, sluggish and tepid, the acting was, at times, incandescent. Many times I have stepped into the theater only to be bombarded by acting that aims for the lowest and most bestial audience response. This play was an exception, as all of the thespians, esp. A Alioto, were riveting. There was one moment when I even found myself mouthing the word, "genius" over and over again, as I watched the fireworks of his performance exploding outwards from the stage. Kudos my young stallion, you have warmed my hardened heart.


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    Comment index:

  • feed the hole   from tim byfield, Oct 7, 2004
  • » feed the hole «   from Leonard Trapman, Dec 9, 2004
  • Feed The Hole   from Chet Thunderclap, Sep 21, 2005
  • Feed The Whole   from Leonard Trapman, May 18, 2006
  • feed the hole   from tim byfield, Oct 7, 2004
  • » feed the hole «   from Leonard Trapman, Dec 9, 2004
  • Feed The Hole   from Chet Thunderclap, Sep 21, 2005
  • Feed The Whole   from Leonard Trapman, May 18, 2006