SPRING SEASON 2011
The English Theatre of Rome presents our annual original
Directed by: Molly Zimmelman
Featuring: Kathy Ball-Toncic, Bart Bolander, Anna Butterworth,
cast of writers and actors each performing their own original monologue
on the theme of "endings".
Whether you believe the end to be nigh, distant, or never, this production
will provide you with a means to an end in the way you consider
the mysterious nature of endings.
The End is Nigh is the second part of a triliogy concieved by Matthew Reynolds
From New York City, a European premiere
"Thou shalt laugh!... A wickedly droll spoof that depicts what really went on between G-d and Moses on top of Mount Sinai, LAST WORDS is an unqualified gem... the barbs fly fast and furious... Doliner has taken a theology class and put it on stage in a highly entertaining fashion without diluting its message...
"G-d and Moses do a vaudeville turn!... uninhibited, anything-goes-for-a-laugh!" -The Sun Sentinel
"Fascinating... Amazingly clever, fast-paced repartee!" - Eastsider
"Delightful set of musical comedy…wonderfully twisted…
Tara Flynn makes a
"...jarringly surreal and inventively silly.
"Funny songs but the sub-text and performance style reveal a vulnerability and open-approach to life that elevates (her) work and makes (it) as valid as so-called regular songs.
"Well written and funny¦ ...very entertaining" -Australian Comedy Review
"Impossible to dislike" -Glasgow Herald
"...refreshingly testosterone-free comedy zone that still has balls..."
"You could listen to the lovely Ms Flynn all night" -Chortle