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Windfall's "Petrified Forest" is petrifyingly lacking

Published Feb. 15, 2014

It was half a century ago when Bob Dylan released an album titled "The Times They Are A-Changin'." The song is an eloquent testimony to how different the world had become in 1964. The same song could well be used as theme music for the production of "The Petrified Forest," the Robert Sherwood play that opened Friday night at the Windfall Theatre.

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"An Empty Plate in the Cafe du Grand Beouf" is an unsatisfying dish

Published Sept. 29, 2013

A strikingly disheveled David Flores, as Victor, a multi-millionare expatriate in Paris, walks into his own cafe and announces to his private staff that he is going to stop eating until he finally dies. That's the start of "An Empty Plate in the Cafe du Grand Boeuf," the season opener for the Windfall Theatre.

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"A Time to Live" doesn't have a pulse

Published Feb. 24, 2013

This play needed a lot more workshopping than it apparently got in its almost 14 years of life. It doesn't do anything to grab you.

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Coming soon: "A Time to Live"

Published Feb. 15, 2013

About the only theater company in town that gives regular performances of works by local playwrights is tiny Windfall Theatre, and it is at it again. The company will present "A Time to Live" by Milwaukee playwright and actor Howard Goldstein, opening Feb. 15 and running through March 2.

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"November" exercises theater's political funny bone

Published Oct. 14, 2012

Just in case you haven't gotten enough laughs out of the presidential campaign currently overwhelming all of us, turn your attention, if you will, to November. Not the month. Rather, "November," David Mamet's blistering look at politics at the highest level.

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