Thursday, July 31, 2008


"...clearly a labor of love for Francisco Solorzano, who not only wrote and directed the theatrical version but also stars in it. Given the physical impossibility of mounting anything on a stage that could compare with Sidney Lumet’s gripping movie, Mr. Solorzano has done a creditable job...A solid cast. Mr. Solorzano and Jeremy Brena are convincing as Sonny and Sal...Amanda Plant and Gil Ron are especially good as Sylvia, the chief teller, and Moretti, the police detective. Joli Tribuzio, who assisted with the directing, delivers a nice turn as Angie, Sonny’s bickering wife." - THE NEW YORK TIMES

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I would love to see the show, but I am in Omaha, NE. This would be a great piece for my tolerance, diversity theater here. Who will or has the rights for your production?

Todd Brooks