New York Reviews for The Lovesong of Alfred J Hitchcock
15 May 2014
The Lovesong of Alfred J Hitchcock opened the 10th Anniversary Brits Off Broadway Festival in New York earlier this month. Here;s what the critics had to say:
"[The Lovesong of Alfred J. Hitchcock] pries the lid off Hitchcock's psyche... There's cleverness... and pleasure in connecting the dots"
Rachel Saltz, The New York Times
"Entertaining and clever... An absolute must for any Hitchcock fan... A wonderfully researched Hitchcock homage." Bess Rowen, Huffington Post
"Hitchcock's pysche is intriguingly explored... Smart and
insightful... The company is excellent... Martin Miller - a credible
Hitchcock." - Alix Cohen, www.womanaroundtown.com
"Rudkin's language vividly paints Hitchcock's dramatic images."
Hayley Levitt, TheaterMania
"Simmers with repressed passions" David Barbour, Lighting and Sound Magazine
"Elegant... Engrossing... Pitch-perfect" Everett Goldner, Indie Theater Now
"Tantalizing... Martin Miller is superb as Hitchcock... Roberta Kerr is dexterous as both wife and mother" Brendan Lemon, Financial Times
"Martin Miller does a masterful job - a textured and tortured Hitch...
Roberta Kerr is wonderful... Anthony Wise and Tom McHugh are first
rate" Jane Dentiger, NY Theatre Guide
"A well executed production... Martin Miller delivers a powerful performance"
Trista Lu, Maxamoo.com
"There's much to enjoy in this thoughtful play... Stands out within
the genre of bio-plays... the audience response was a delight" Juliet Hindell, Exeunt Magazine
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