"The over the top Miami group of Widow (Kimberly Logan) and her daughter Diana (Heather Chrisler) were a second act tropical breeze of energy and just plain funny." Click Here for full review.
"Shakespeare fans and any theatre lovers looking for a quirky, fun show to attend will be sure to enjoy Stage Left’s production of All’s Well That Ends Well."
"Diana (hilariously and perfectly played by Heather Chrisler)"
So... I guess what I'm saying is, our cast is amazing.
"Indeed, though it is Martin's unique vision that pulls us in, it is the talent and skill of his cast that keeps us enthralled. Derleth is luminous as Helena, Griffith commanding as the Countess, Chrisler a spitfire as Diana. Kimberly Logan, as the Miami-based Widow of the second act, is comic gold, and Rich Logan is wonderful as the King. It is Trager, however, that steals the show, offering a layered performance as Parolles, a character that undergoes the most transformation out of any in the play."
Read full review HERE!
We're getting some great press for All's Well that Ends Well! So far, my Diana has been compared to Adrian in Rocky and Melanie Griffith in Working Girl.
After an incredible opening night I am very proud to announce that All's Well That Ends Well with Stage Left is Jeff Recommended! Check out the plays we're keeping company with Here!
Photo credit goes to Johnny Knight, and boy did he do a great job!
Previews are Starting for All's Well with Stage Left Theatre
We're having so much fun backstage! Previews of All's Well That Ends Well begin tonight! Official Opening is the 23rd and Theatre Wit, produced by Stage Left.
Photos: Rinska Carrasco (Rinalda and Mariana), Heather Chrisler (Diana), Melanie Derleth (Helena) and Kim Logan (The Widow Capilet)
Romeo & Juliet AND Tempest at Door Shakes!
I can officially announce this, having sent off the contract yesterday: I've been invited up to Door Shakespeare this summer to play Juliet in Romeo and Juliet and a spirit in Tempest. Both directed by the talented Leda Hoffman of Milwaukee Rep who just directed their production of Amish Project.
I adore both these plays, and I'm very excited to re-immerse myself in R&J as well as experience Tempest for the first time.
Also, this will be my first time in Door County, WI, which everyone tells me is breath-taking.
More info at DoorShakespeare.com
All's Well That Ends Well with Stage Left Theatre is moving into Tech, and our first preview is on the 8th! Here are some of our final rehearsal shots, everyone's getting ready for some mobbed-up Shakespeare.
Photos taken by Luke Daigle (Bertram). They feature Melanie Derleth (Helena), Kim Logan (The Widow), Michael Reyes (Duke/Astringer), Jeremy Trager (Parolles), an me (Diana).
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