Thursday, October 14, 2010
It looks like a lot of reviewers chose to wait until seeing both parts I and II before publishing their reviews, so this week we've gotten a plethora.
The Denver Post came out with its review this morning. Reviewer Bob Bows gave us three out of four stars and seems to have thoroughly enjoyed the show; the only real complaints I saw were along the lines of the technical. And as he acknowledged, the tech feats that we pulled off in such a small, intimate house are beyond miraculous.
We also were reviewed by Deb Flomberg in the Denver Examiner. A common thread I'm finding in reviews as well as word of mouth discussion about this production is that, despite some flaws, people are saying 'it must be seen.' So that's a good thing.
Then there's this review, by Mile High Critics. It's not terribly negative or positive, really. To me it's just snarky and rather shallow, as though it were a book review written by someone who had just perused the jacket.
But whatevs, yo.
People are digging the show, and there is definitely going to be a shortage of tickets as the run nears its end.