Even more Lobster Alice reviews

John, Thornton and Alice

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Reviews continue to roll in for The Blank Theatre Co.'s production of Lobster Alice. Here's an excerpt from CurtainUp.com's review:

Daniel Henning's direction takes its cue from that "Madcap" headline without becoming manic. He leads John Finch, played with stolid lunacy by Nicholas Brendon, off the straight and narrow down this particular rabbit hole, with bright careful attention to Obolensky's themes and darts.

Here's a taste of what Backstage.com had to say:

Nicholas Brendon plays Finch, growing in intensity: disbelief, frustration, agonizing jealousy. Noah Wyle is Dalí, making the well-known real-life figure as fervid as history and rumor tell us he was. Brendon and Wyle are cartoonish, yes, but in the best ways: vibrating with energy, colorful, zanily exaggerated.

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