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Wednesday, February 21, 2007

More reviews

I think this could get boring, but if you're interested in reviews for PROOF, here is the news.

I was wrong. Charles Spencer of The Daily Telegraph has warmed to the play and given a lovely review, especially for Sally. The Times still hates the play - hates it!

And the audience appear to be loving it!

I find it very hard to understand how you can hate the play. This is because I love the play - the audience love the play. I will set aside the Pulitzer Prize panel and the Tony Award judges - they're American, so don't count. The only person I know who didn't like the play is my cousin Ann - and her husband! The two of them. So I just don't know where Benedict Nightingale or Nicholas de Jongh are coming from. And neither, it seems, do the audience. But what do we know! Thank goodness the critics don't get to decide what gets presented or not in this country!


At 7:02 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I saw Proof last night at the Arts and I'd like to say that I left the theatre having really enjoyed the production. Sally's central performance was engaging and promising; while Aislinn's guilt-ridden chequebook empathy came strongly through in Claire. Your Rock Geek Hal's own emotional journey was a fine counterpoint to the collapsing confidence of the father. Thankyou for the evening, I'll be watching out for your company in the future.

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