Never Tell

Frank, Glenda
August 2004
Back Stage;8/20/2004, Vol. 45 Issue 34, p38
Trade Publication
Presented by Access Theater, Jacqueline Christy, and Laura Stuart as part of the New York International Fringe Festival at Access Theater, 380 Broadway, New York City, from August 14 to 31. Three years ago," Never Tell" — written by James Christy Jr. and directed by James Christy Sr., a Villanova theatre professor who is also a director — would have been called promising. At times, each of its five main characters is the focus, but none succeeds in winning center stage or even in earning any sympathy.


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