Well, after three solid performances, the reviews for No Exit Upstage have started pouring in and I’m thrilled to say they are all very positive!
First up we have Patrick Langston from the Ottawa Citizen who calls it a “funny show” and “we find ourselves drawn to these two characters”. You can read the whole review here.
Wayne Current at (Cult)ure magazine says it’s a “solid script with many funny moments, has “compelling actors,” and “Ken Godmere’s direction is also solid, especially his effective use of the stage. One scene in particular – where both characters are speaking in a simultaneous monologue – is quite powerful. It’s a beautiful piece of poetry inserted into the performance, and the play is worth seeing for that moment alone.” You can read his entire review (which I am gleeful to note includes a link to my blog!) here.
There’s also a charming review topically done through a split personality interview between Brian Carroll and himself on the Ottawa Fringe Festival website which includes this gem: “So why don’t more directors cast Nancy?” – His review can be seen here.
Finally, some Adorkable Thespian left a comment saying “It’s weird. It’s funny. It’s worth seeing.” Thank you, whomever you are! You can read his (or her) comments here.
Only three more shows are left for No Exit Upstage! Our next performance is Wednesday, June 24 at 6:30 p.m.
I’ve been cleaning my apartment all day since my billets, the comedy group Uncalled For from Montreal, arrive tomorrow. Unfortunately I will not be around to great them since I will be in Toronto for an audition.
Can I just say how much I love my life right now?