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Bitter Lemons – Double Door

Published on December 13, 2015,

DOUBLE DOOR

BitterLemons

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SHARI BARRETT broadwayworld, culver city news says “sweet” · October 07, 2015

Much of the credit goes to director Bruce Gray who keeps the action moving along at a quick pace, allowing the many twists and turns to unfold naturally within the story. He also allows all the actors to explore the many emotional levels of all the characters fully so that we truly believe the anger, fear, anxiety and disappointment rampant in the Van Bret home. … full review

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KAREN SALKIN it’s not about me says “sweet” · October 07, 2015

I think I can speak for the entire assemblage when I say we were all riveted to the action, especially in Act II. It’s an ideal show to see with someone you want an excuse to hold on to. (Sorry guys—I’ve already seen it.) … full review

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ELAINE L. MURA la splash says “sweet” · October 07, 2015

Kudos to director Bruce Gray for hitting just the right note of madness and mayhem in this piece…DOUBLE DOOR portrays a historical period with grace and scary charm. This is a great way to spend an evening (or matinee) if you crave entertainment from a bygone era. … full review

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BEN MILES showmag says “sweet” · October 07, 2015

Now under the detailed direction of Bruce Gray, the rarely produced Double Door is being fluently staged at Beverly Hills’s Theatre 40, through October 19. And though the script itself harkens back to an earlier theatrical age, the eleven-member cast brings McFadden’s dramatic conceit to life…. full review

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STEVEN STANLEY stagescenela says “sweet” · October 20, 2015

No matter who your favorite TV soap villainess might be, she could learn a thing or two from the selfish, conniving, ruthless monster created way back in 1931 by Elizabeth McFadden for her suspense melodrama Double Door, now deliciously revived for a 21st-century audience at Beverly Hills’ Theatre 40…. full review

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