The Copperhead

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Opened Apr 12, 2011
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A memorable and moving production!

This nearly forgotten play richly deserves this fine revival, beautifully presented by an oustanding, tightly knit ensemble who deliver the piece with more charm and heart than you would ever expect. Its theme, that patriotism may demand a great personal price, is still very timely. In director Kathy Scambiatterras deft hands, it is as suprisingly funny as it is touching. I promise you will laugh and cry, as I did. It is both an enjoyable evening of theater and an important historic work not to be missed.

A memorable and moving production!

This is a nearly forgotten play well deserving of this fine revival, beautifully presented by an oustanding, tightly knit ensemble who deliver the piece with more charm and heart than you would ever expect. Its theme, that patriotism may demand a great personal price, is still very timely. In director Kathy Scambiatterras deft hands, it is as suprisingly funny as it is touching. I promise you will laugh and cry, as I did. It is both a fine evening of theater and an important historic work not to be missed.

RE:TImely and moving rarely seen classic

This is a rarely seen and enjoyable work, beautifully presented by an oustanding, tight knit ensemble who deliver the piece with more charm and heart than you would ever expect. Its theme, that patriotism may demand a great personal price, is still very timely. In director Kathy Scambiatterras deft hands, it is as suprisingly funny as it is touching. I promise you will laugh and cry, as I did. It is both a fine evening of theater and an important historic work not to be missed.