I hadn't seen the show in a couple weeks, so I was eager to head back into the world of Superheroes and humanity once again. The cast didn't disappoint. I was particularly moved by Karen Offereins and Brian Flegel in Mars One Project. The nuances and ease and emotion that had settled in the play were touching and layered and they gave, I believe, the best performance of the play, yet.
The show has been getting terrific reviews throughout the run, but closing night was something special. The energy was high, the audience ready for fun, and by the end of the last play, they were stomping their feet and clapping loudly. A great way for our fabulous cast to say goodbye.
This summer, Wily West Productions, specialists in new work by local playwrights, have achieved an impressive trifecta of excellence, first with “Sheherazade 14“, then “Everybody Here Says Hello“, and finally “Superheroes - Charles Kruger, TheatreStorm.
Are you the kind of person who questions authority? Who likes to challenge the status quo or disrupt established business models? If so, you'll probably be amused by some of the mini-dramas included inWily West Productions' Superheroes, a collection of 11 short plays in which anything goes. - George Heymont, My Cultural Landscape
I hope I get to do this again with these SUPER women.
(left to right) Me, Chelsey Little (director), Alicia Coombes (director), Quin Cayabyab (producer/designer). (not pictured) Laylah Muran de Assereto (producer/playwright)