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"Amadeus" reviews

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Epstein shines as a bitter Salieri
By MICHAEL ECK, Special to the Times Union
First published: Sunday, June 25, 2006


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" ... engrossing, soul-shattering, multifaceted."
June 23, 2006 performance reviewed by Frances Benn Hall.


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"The Patron Saint of Mediocrity"
By Peter Bergman


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Сurtainup
Amadeus
By Elyse Sommer


One of the numerous stunning tableaus in the Berkshire Theater Festival's revival of Peter Shaffer's Amadeus
(Photo: Kevin Sprague)



Jonathan Epstein & Randy Harrison as Salieri and Mozart in Amadeus.
(Photo: Kevin Sprague )

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Review by Seth Rogovoy, critic-at-large, Berkshire Living



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variety.com
Amadeus
By FRANK RIZZO


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'Amadeus'
Genius and the voice of God
Theater Review, By Jeffrey Borak Berkshire Eagle Staff
Tuesday, June 27


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Boston Globe STAGE REVIEW
Command performance
A mesmerizing Salieri shines in 'Amadeus'
By Louise Kennedy, Globe Staff | June 30, 2006


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Metroland Magazine (Albany, NY) June 29, 2006
The Tragic Touch By Ralph Hammann


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Back Stage The Actor's Resource
Review: 'Amadeus'
July 06, 2006 By Michael Eck


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Admirable 'Amadeus' at Berkshire Festival
By Chesley Plemmons NEWS-TIMES THEATER CRITIC (Danbury, CT)
Published 01:00 a.m., Sunday, July 2, 2006


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@темы: theatre, Amadeus, 2005

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`Queer As Folk' Star Randy Harrison Embraces `Amadeus' Role; (june 2006)

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`Queer As Folk' Star Randy Harrison Embraces `Amadeus' Role; It Is,
He Says, `Exactly What I Want To Be Doing' from Hartford Courant [June 18, 2006]

Story By FRANK RIZZO COURANT STAFF WRITER| Photos by CLOE POISSON
THE HARTFORD COURANT




Randy Harrison's a long way from Babylon.

For five years Harrison played the blond, boyish and not-so-innocent Justin Taylor in Showtime's "Queer as Folk" series. At the height of the show's media blitz, the actor was named "the post-gay gay icon" by New York Magazine, and fans associated him with his party-boy character who frequented the show's fictitious Pittsburgh gay dance-bar called Babylon.

Harrison publicly smiled at all the attention - and privately cringed.

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@темы: theatre, Amadeus, 2006

Randy Harrison. Interviews.

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