Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Read 'em and Weep Boys


George Street Playhouse Artistic Director David Saint has, for the past few years, chosen shows during the holidays that are certainly off the beaten path. This year is no different with our production of The Seafarer. But it is quite rewarding when it's met with enthusiastic critical and audience response.

Below are a few highlights from the recent reviews. Have you seen the show? Write your own below and we'll post it!

The Star Ledger's Peter Filichia raves - "The Seafarer is MUST SEE tragicomedy"

The Home News Tribune writes: "Brilliant ensemble allows George Street's spirited "Seafarer" to shine
US 1 Newspaper writes - " It’s a soul-satisfying gem of a modern Christmas tale that finds magic, humor, and love in a world full of grit and evil’s temptations. Director Anders Cato’s intimate and honest production is a triumph."
photo of Matthew Boston by T. Charles Erickson, posted by Scott Goldman, Executive Assistant

1 comment:

Tom said...

Tell Anders Cato "Great Work" -
He is an outstanding director. Always admire his work at the Berkshires....Let's hope NYC takes notice and gets him to Broadway.

Have a great run folks - Show sounds awesome - Wish I could see it. Sounds like fabulous cast, plus you have David who is an excellent actor. Go get'em!