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Reviews 

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Rapture, Blister, Burn

 Salt Lake Acting Company's production is very much of this particular moment. Adrianne Moore's direction is crisp, and gently emphasizes the material's strong points while eliding the weaknesses smoothly.”

City Weekly

In “Rapture, Blister, Burn,” empathetic performances explore the consequences of making choices.

 

What keeps the play buoyant are Gionfriddo's clever dialogue and the empathetic way the actors approach their conflicted characters, mining their strengths and weaknesses. 

Rapture, Blister, Burn" reveals that discussions about feminism and its impact on individual lives can be enlightening and entertaining.  

Adrianne Moore's subtle direction evolves with a down-to-earth, natural rhythm.”

Salt Lake Tribune

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4,000 miles

Adrianne Moore’s direction has a low-key, relaxed feel that matches the flow of Leo and Vera’s gradually unfolding relationship 

 

In its exploration of a multigenerational relationship, "4000 Miles" has a gentle, but insightful, touch that gradually reveals the ties that bind and separate in a family.” 

Salt Lake Tribune

Perfectly balancing laugh-out-loud comedy and deeply emotional terrain in nearly everyscene”Cohen, so good in so many Utah theater roles through the years, digs in to her role as the elderly Verawith aplomb; it’s a truly excellent performance from the opening scene to4000 Miles‘conclusion 90minutes later. And Grant is a revelation as Leo, the 20-year-old theater newbie going toe-to-toe withCohen and doing more than holding his own.Strung together gracefully by director Adrianne Moore, the collection of episodic scenes spanning threeweeks’time equate to a whole story that is remarkably satisfying. And with a script performed so well byall involved,4000 Milesis a must-see spring production for Utah theater lovers.”

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