A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur

Another tour de force performance by Deborah Hay as Dorothea, the romantic, seduced by false promises, many of which she has invented herself.

Kate Hennig was the perfect foil as the plain but practical Brody, convinced that Dorothea should marry her brother and live a practical life.

Kaylee Harwood was a lovely combination of glamour and greed, eventually left to her own devices.

Julain Molnar cried her way into our hearts as the dismal Miss Gluck.

Tennessee Williams captured a slice of life brilliantly in this short play.


About cathyriggall

Theatre junkie, who thinks live theatre is the ultimate form of living on the edge. You never know what will happen when an actor steps on the stage.
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One Response to A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur

  1. keithhpotter says:

    I am not particularly a Williams fan, but we have been fortunate to see two excellent productions this year – this one and NTL’s Streetcar.
    This one was less overwrought than productions of William’s play seem to be and the actors each produced a gem of a performance in this short piece.
    Very nice.

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