Felt is the past tense of feel. Yet, what I felt I still feel.
Bravo for "Woody's Order". a moving one- woman show written and performed by Pittsburgh's own Ann Talman.
From the Polaroid photos on the dark stage, to the old home movies, Ann kept the audience engaged in her touching portrayals of family members and others who were meshed into Ann's and Woody's life.
I expected a great show, but it totally exceeded my expectations! Just as I was on the verge of tears, Ann changed gears and my sadness turned to laughter and smiles. It was entertaining from beginning to end, this seasoned Broadway performer came home and gave us an amazing production! Don't miss it!
I wanted to see it.
How could you miss them? They were about as subtle and insightful as a fire engine. . .
It sounds like you missed all of the political undertones to me.
Great chat with Gab on my podcast this week!
This reviewer can't get over the fact that it's a short show, how about a little opinion on the cast, instead of that throwaway line in the last paragraph? Seems to make you wonder if they were even watching the show, which was a great show. This review is total bs
I saw the play and enjoyed it thoroughly. Golly gee, is a review not a review unless it be critical? What is wrong with a well done happy ending story? Novelty is great when it adds drama or leads an audience to contemplate unexpected possibilities, but it is not necessary to every new production! I liked "Last Train to Nibroc" and recommend it.
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I'm disappointed that City Paper would so carelessly publish this libelous piece of misinformation.
The Improv waitress does not have an ass tattoo. That woman is my wife, and she proudly wears the Cowher Power tattoo on her *lower back*.
I feel so lucky to have such easy and affordable access to such amazing theatre and performance. I mean I was SITTING IN AUGUST WILSON'S BACKYARD -- watching some of Pittsburgh's most compelling actors directed by a man who I think brings so much to love and thoughtfulness to every thing he directs. I have been given the opportunity to sit around, up close, at a table and observe a part of the past that I would have not otherwise been permitted. A step back in time.....to an era so beautiful. I sweat for 3.5 hours and it was worth every drop.
I attended the show and I kind of felt the same way. Having attended shows like "The Civil War", I felt I would fall in love with this piece. Throughout the performance the visuals, lighting, acting and voices were all so beautiful. The echo in the songs was something I have never heard before and perfectly executed. I just couldn't gel with the story line. I don't know what it was. I don't feel it was a failure in any aspect of production. I just feel the words were meant for someone who should be flying around a stage singing them and instead he was trapped. Maybe that is the irony in it all.
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So Ted liked everything individually, but didn't like the whole? Fine. It's like those shows that win all the awards but don't get Best Musical. I thought it was a superb production of a rarely done musical that FPT can be very proud of.
"I’m unable to pinpoint the exact problem," admits this reviewer -- perhaps because he's looking in the wrong place. Maybe he found the overall production less successful than the sum of its parts, at least most of which he concedes are individually quite impressive, due to his own limitations or personal biases. The language and tone of his commentary implies envy in regard to the company's previous efforts (He's been waiting for them to fail) and judgment about the presumed cost of the high production values (I doubt he's seen the show budget). This much I can say for sure: As a first-time Front Porch audience member, I had no expectations for the company to live up to. I found the production engaging, compelling, and moving from start to finish. In my relatively well-informed opinion (two graduate degrees in theatre and considerable professional experience), the artistic vision was beautifully conceived and executed and overcame the flaws/challenges inherent in the material itself. I encourage you to disregard Mr. Hoover's apparent boredom and let the impressive work of these artists transport and touch you.
What is attractive? Poor choice of words especially due to the subject matter and society and those with this disease having frustrating standards to uphold...regardless, I'm intrigued to see the choreography/ piece.
I'm not sure what her attractiveness has to do with any of this, and certainly why it is more important to mention before her confidence...
Should be amazing. This group puts on great performances with a tremendous amount of energy and soul.
Ted Hoover certainly makes me want to see this.
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