Ridley's play, with an appallingly sadistic killing at its heart, has a stark simplicity that belies the intricacy of its language and imagery...[The play] conveys powerfully the way in which fiercely held fictions within families, while they remain unchal Baker deals with mortality and tragic influences by creating characters that are brutally honest, fascinatingly quirky, and jaded enough to find humor in almost anything. --ELJNYC.com. There is an exuberant creativity in Edward Allan Baker's THE FRAMER...
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Review: Almost, MaineUser Review - Bob - Goodreads
We're running this show at the Owen Theatre in Conroe at the end of January. Funny, sometimes poignant, definitely romantic. Also, plenty of great monologue material. Each scene is two people (two ... Read full review
Review: Almost, MaineUser Review - Matthew Martignoni - Goodreads
This play is adorable with so many interesting and unique characters. I really enjoyed it. Read full review