Looking Glass Theatre

Romance in rehearsal.

East of the Sun, West of the Moon.

East of the Sun, West of the Moon costume fittings!

Announcing our collaboration with The Gallery Players to bring you the return of EAST OF THE SUN, WEST OF THE MOON! Our first Public Performance is Feb. 1. We will also be booking Field Trips or Tour performances. For more info: http://thelookingglasstheatre.homestead.com/East-West-2014-with-Gallery-Players.html

Announcing our collaboration with The Gallery Players to bring you the return of EAST OF THE SUN, WEST OF THE MOON!

Our first Public Performance is Feb. 1. We will also be booking Field Trips or Tour performances.
For more info: http://thelookingglasstheatre.homestead.com/East-West-2014-with-Gallery-Players.html

ONLY 2 MORE PERFORMANCES OF “THE GODDESS”

TONIGHT 8PM
SUNDAY 3PM

For Tickets — https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/926570

Amazing Sex Scenes for Actors Class TONIGHT!  With Reid Mihalko!

Amazing Sex Scenes for Actors Class TONIGHT!  With Reid Mihalko!

"The Goddess" with Tricia Alexandro, Richard Busser, Michael Kingsbaker, Claudia Mason and Sarah Nedwek

Performing Arts INSIDER and lively-arts.com. Review

THE GODDESS by Justine Lambert and Kenneth Nowell is the funniest sex comedy I’ve ever seen— an intriguing, well-written play about a couple ( Tricia Alexandro and Richard Busser) who, nudged by a Goddess figure (Claudia Mason), decide to try Open Marriage—  yield to all temptations and have sexual adventures.  It’s a jump back to the pre-AIDS 1970’s when many people in the big cities gave “Free Love” a shot.  Michael Kingsbaker and Sarah Nedwek each play several well-defined tempters.  Clearly directed, with pace and energy, by Alice Jankell, the love scenes are hot, the acting is all top level (Ms Alexandros’ is a tour-de-force) and as the Goddess segues from flower-crowned to horned, questions arise (and remain). Costumes by Deb O properly reflect character and her platform set works well. Lighting by Stephen Arnold  illuminates the action perfectly. Try it— you’ll like it.  (Not Open Marriage—  the play Goddess.)

Thru November 4 at Richmond Shepard Theatre- 309 E. 26th St— 866/811-4111.

Barbara Lee Horn