Results tagged with 'david flores'
Published Sept. 18, 2015
The scandalous bite is gone from this "Tartuffe," but it's been replaced by taking a 400-year-old classic French comedy and turning it into present day laughs that mixes "Laugh-In" the "Marx Brothers" with a little bit of Reverend Jimmy Swaggart thrown in for good measure. Only Dale Gutzman could come up with a concoction like the production that opened Thursday at Off The Wall Theatre.
Published May 18, 2014
Unbridled lust coupled with almost impossible deceit climbs every womanly mountain until, unchecked by restraint, it becomes worn beyond all reason. Such is the crux of the morality play "Giovanni," created by Dale Gutzman and running at the Off The Wall Theatre through May 25.
Published Feb. 1, 2014
The word "barrio" conjures up all kinds of images, depending largely on your ethnicity and your experience. But an amazing picture of a barrio as a place of joy, hope, fear and dreams is what you see in the Tony Award winning musical "In the Heights," which opened Friday night at Skylight Music Theatre.
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.
Published Nov. 18, 2012
The words of the English language in all its glory are the tools that George Bernard Shaw used over and over and over to create "Don Juan in Hell." So it's surprising that the most moving and spine-tingling moment of the production that is now at the tiny Boulevard Theatre was a moment that played without any words.