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Directing Resume

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Production Information

REDWOOD CURTAIN 

By LANFORD WILSON

Directed by Gregg W. Brevoort

DORSET THEATRE FESTIVAL
DORSET, VERMONT

Design / Production Team

Set Design

Lighting  & Sound Design

Costume Design

Stage Manager

Wm. John Aupperlee

Melissa Ring

Joyce Drake

Heather Jernigan *

CAST

Geri

Lyman Fellers

Geneva

Ann Hu *

Gregory Northrop *

Paula Mann *

*  members of Actors Equity Association

Reviews

The Post*Star
Dorset Closes Season Powerfully

Show Done To Perfection

– “Beautifully directed by Gregg W. Brevoort, Redwood Curtain blazes on the stage”

– “DORSET SHOW DONE TO PERFECTION”

– “A visually and emotionally stunning production ... ”

– “This is an amazingly well constructed display of talent in every area”

– “DTF outdoes itself with Redwood Curtain. It is a powerful show done to absolute perfection”

– “No matter what the combination … all three characters mesh with touching and occasionally humorous interaction”

– “Fascinating and suspenseful ... touched with a bit of mysticism”

– “The DTF production was greeted on opening night by well-earned cheers and much applause”

– “Laden with thought-provoking drama and tempered by quiet, intriguing comedy”

 

The Manchester Journal
Dorset Theatre Festival Presents A Moving “Redwood Curtain”

– “To be so touched and changed by an experience in the theatre is a gift beyond price to give one’s self and those for whom you care”

– “Director Gregg W. Brevoort has clearly encouraged the actors to build on their respective strengths ... ”

– “Onstage where Wilson intended it to be, Redwood Curtain at DTF genuinely magnifies the playwright’s vision”

– “An especially moving play that ends the 2001 DTF season on a note of gentle triumph”

 

Manchester Newspapers, inc.
(Syndicated throughout the Southern Vermont & Albany Regions including the Northshire Free Press, The Granville Sentinel, Lake Region Free Press, etc.)

Dorset Theatre Festival Triumphs With “Redwood Curtain”

– “This was a treat of a play, dramatic but funny, entertaining but intelligent, and at the end, very satisfying”

– “Remarkably plausible and touching, even with the traces of magical realism”

– “Director Gregg W. Brevoort surely had his hands full bringing together the disparate factions of this worthwhile play, but he did so with seeming ease. He should be commended for provoking a fine performance out of all three actors, and urging the drama on at a crisp pace.”

– “We're presented with a tableau that is as thought provoking and fascinating as it is entertaining”

– “A terrific character study, and shame to those who missed it”

– “My congratulations and thanks both to cast and crew alike for a great performance of Redwood Curtain, one that served as a terrific close to a terrific season”

 

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