“Pillow Talking” Gives Glowing Review for A TIME TO KILL
OnStage Connecticut Critics Stephanie C. Lyons-Keeley and Wayne J. Keeley from the blog site OnStage has recently written review for Elmwood Playhouse productions of “A Time To Kill” directed by Joe Albert Lima.
When Wayne and I heard that Elmwood Playhouse was undertaking Rupert Holmes’ stage adaptation, we couldn’t wait. Neither of us had caught it on Broadway. Elmwood has delivered superbly in the past (we loved Harvey!) so we expected no less this go-round. We were ready for a night of intense legal drama, Rockland County style.
There is something about courtrooms and stage plays that go together like soup and a sandwich. Think about the great dramas and chances are there’s a courtroom lurking in the scenery. A Few Good Men, 12 Angry Men, The Runner Stumbles, Inherit the Wind and the courtroom drama that I cut my teeth on many moons ago – The Andersonville Trial. What is it about courtrooms, lawyers, and the stage? It’s drama. Some of the best theatre I ever saw was not on stage but in the state and federal courthouses when I was a litigator in another life.
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