Elsewhere: Going To St. Ives

Baltimoreans, be sure to catch Going To St. Ives, directed by MadShag guru Juanita Rockwell. It got great reviews, and is running through February 25th at Everyman Theatre. Juanita seems very happy with the production, and the actresses are reputed to be marvelous. If you go, let us know your thoughts in the comments!

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1 Responses to “Elsewhere: Going To St. Ives”

  1. # Anonymous toonsNtunes

    I thought the production itself was fantastic. The actresses did a great job, the set was very well done, and thedirection kept everything going. However, theonly thing holding me back from loving the show was the script. Without offending anyone, the subject of the play itself were fascinating and thought provoking, but the plot seemed to get a liitle lost in tangents and extended spells of speaking for speaking sake. All in all it was great theater, and if it were up to me, the script would have been clipped a little. Now I know that you as a writer hate for people to do that, but as an audience member and a child of the short attention span era... I have to agree to disagree.  

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