Cock Kitchen Theatre Company

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike
by Christopher Durang
The Victoria Theatre

“Five reasons why you should check out this delightful, surprisingly touching tale of family conflict and the desire to connect…#3. Vanya’s Tirade. In one of the play’s finest moments, Vanya becomes furious when Spike texts during the play he’s written. What follows is a spectacular rant (splendidly interpreted by Matthew Boston with ample rage and heartfelt nostalgia) concerning a simpler time when typewriters, Ed Sullivan, the Mickey Mouse Club and non-self-adhesive postage stamps brought America together.”
- Dayton Daily News

 

 

 

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“Just terrific. Most satisfying ensemble show I've seen in the area in way too long. Sherman Fracher was at her best (and you can't ask for better than that), the entire ensemble was beautifully woven and I long to see more of director Margarett Perry's work”

- Jackie Demaline, River City News

 

Cock Kitchen Theatre Company

“Cast and director express a well-articulated mutual respect and delight. In recent phone chats, actor Johansen said of Perry: ‘She makes me better because she’s seeking the truth of a character in each moment.’ She added, ‘She selects her casts carefully, with an excellent eye, and she’s a diligent director. Courage is contagious.’”

- Dayton City Paper

 

Cock Kitchen Theatre Company

“Director Margaret Perry has assembled a very nice cast, who bring this comedic modern farce to life with gusto…Her direction is spot on…You can just tell from Twitter and Facebook that these folks are really enjoying the process.  I think we as audience members felt that too.”

- The Sappy Critic