Tag: and Mary Notar
Ingenue Theatre presents ‘Broken Heart Story’ mini-review
Wonderful use of the space– a large studio with a flat floor. It felt spacious and free when it served the story, and empty and cold when necessary.
A fully multimedia experience. Sound, sight, cameras– awesome. Reminded me of ‘…some trace of her’ in some very good ways.
Good restraint of the ‘infinity effect’ the cameras create when filming their own projection. Glad it was saved for the end, and it worked well.
Great humor/comic timing. Loved the guy– especially in suave casanova mode.
Mustaches! Somehow worked very well for allowing the female actors to play multiple genders.
The whole production came off as a little cold. There were a lot of ‘emotional’ moments that would have worked better if more time was spent making us care about the characters.
Didn’t feel any stakes. Wasn’t rooting for anything. It was an interesting exploration of the whole art versus love thing, but not a particularly interesting
. It kind of just washed over me.
and Mary Notar
Broken Heart Story
Ryan Anthony Francis
Tracy Cameron Francis
‘All the Way’ mini-review
New Play: “Dystopiapiapia”
Production Diary – Making My First Short Film – Intro
‘No Man’s Land’ & ‘Waiting for Godot’ super mini-review
‘Sleeping Beauty’ mini-review
Work in Progress