Press & Reviews
A CHRISTMAS MEMORY
by Truman Capote
"Directed by Andrea Lynn Green with style, passion, warmth and purpose, Truman Capote's "A Christmas Memory" becomes an important piece of American theatre that pulls you in with its vibrant, impassioned storytelling for a full 47 minutes. Filmed and edited with style and grace by Green and starring Norman Allen and Susan Jacobson (each perfect for their respective roles) this Greenwich Theatre Company production never once misses a beat. Capote's dialogue is rich, thoughtful, important and perfectly in sync with the nostalgic story at hand. And Green and her cast give it the attention it deserves, most agreeably. And most of what happens comes from the heart, which, in turn, gives "Memory" additional resonance, verve and stand-alone importance. Moving forward, this would be the ideal work to stage live at the theater. With Green as director, it would work quite well. As would, bringing back Allen and Jacobson to repeat their film roles. This is a play that demands to be seen and heard...LIVE." - Jim Ruocco, entertainment critic
7 EASY PIECES
by Jack Rushton
GOD OF CARNAGE
by Yasmina Reza
Translated by Christopher Hampton
(September 5 -15, 2019)
Photo by ChiChi Ubina
"...justifiably and superbly revived...every joke, every insult, every quirk and every rant is played full-throttle by this tremendously talented quartet with the acidity and rippling irony it demands, thus, making this 2019 incarnation bristle with a life force and primitive aggression all its own....
Exciting. Liberating. Hilarious. Clever. Polished."
"...A bold, disturbing work of tremendous power, God of Carnage jump starts Greenwich Theatre Company's premiere season in Fairfield County. It is a thrilling beginning for what promises to be one of the most talked about new theater companies in the state and one that audiences will embrace most engagingly...."
-CT Critic Jim V. Ruocco
CONGRATULATIONS to the entire company of GOD OF CARNAGE for their SEVEN BroadwayWorld Regional Award Nominations!
GTC's inaugural production was nominated for:
Best Director of a play: Rob Kennedy
Best Actor in a Play: Mike Boland* and Jason Peck*
Best Actress in a Play: Wynter Kullman* and Stephanie Hazard
Best Production of a Play
Best Ensemble of a Play
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