Reviews for "Crimes of the Heart"

The reviews are in! We still have a bunch of shows left in our run. Below are some reviews from the LA Times as well as The Show Report Blog. Enjoy!

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LA Times

“The Costa Mesa production is a balanced effort, but one sister in particular stands out. Stephanie Noel Garrison brilliantly enacts the plain, lovelorn Lenny from spells of brooding to moments of violent excess. Her agonizing over her perceived futility is frighteningly real.”

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The Show Report

“Now, three local remarkably talented actresses step into the roles of the eccentric Magrath sisters under the affectionate direction of Madison Wackerman.”

Just Cast! Crimes of the Heart

I’m happy to announce that I’ll be back on stage this Winter in the Pulitzer Prize winning dark comedy “Crimes of the Heart” by Beth Henley!

I’ll be playing Lenny Magrath, the eldest sister in a trio of eccentric women.

Stay tuned for more info!

Reviews for The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance!

The reviews are in! My production of “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance” has been well-received! It’s been an honor to be a part of this show and I’m looking forward to two more weekends!

If you’re interested in seeing the show, please check out www.ocact.com for tickets!

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Daily Pilot

“Director Paladino has elicited sterling performances from her cast, most impressively that of Stephanie Noel Garrison as the strong-willed saloon keeper who keeps both of her suitors at bay. Garrison attacks her role much like a Calamity Jane type, turning up the steam splendidly when hot-tempered emotion is required.”

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The Show Report

“Mark Tillman and Stephanie Noel Garrison with their sparky “Beatrice and Benedict” style romance…the explosive bombast that accompanies produces cheeky, insatiable on-stage chemistry between the pair.”

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Eric Marchese

Garrison delivers a depiction of Hallie’s thoughts and emotions that’s honest and real. Whether depicting anger or sorrow toward the injustices around her, she’s utterly unafraid to hold back, and her performance is the cornerstone of Attic’s production.