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‘High’ review Kathleen Turner

Kathleen Turner ‘High’

Broadway Theater Review

New York City International

‘High’ on Broadway before 4:20

At the Booth Theater, Manhattan

“HIGH”

Written by:

MATTHEW LOMBARDO

 

New York City International Theater Report

‘High’ premiered Tuesday, April 19 at the intimate Booth Theater.  The off Broadway show was a buzz.  Kathleen Turner creates a rehabilitation center for theater patrons ailing from colorless stage complexity.   All three actors deserved the standing ovation they received for the believable conveyance of realistic characters with non fictional pasts.  ‘High’ written by, Matthew Lombardo, is complex as an open ended straw thatch storyboard woven with stereotypes, truth and real life intricacy.  Overall ‘High’ is a thought provoking trip into ones self where each path laid bare is still a dirty road that brings you up or get you ‘High’.

The intellectual challenge developing each scene as the story unfolds for the audience, was well accomplished by director: Rob Ruggiero.

The World Premiere of High was produced by Theater Works, Steve Campo, Executive Director; Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Edward Stern, Producing Artistic Director, Buzz Ward, Executive Director; and the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Steven Woolf, Artistic Director, Mark D. Bernstein, Managing Director.

Special Thanks to Theatre Development Fund for their support.

Kathleen Turner ‘High’ Premiere

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For Tickets Visit

HighOnBroadway.com


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