It is uncommon to find a play that can make you both laugh out loud and struggle to hold back tears with equal intensity. In this-and every respect-Zero Hour delivers. Five out of five stars for a rare gem of a play in which a brilliant actor is paired with the role he was born to play!
Wednesday, September 09, 2009
Review: The Edge, Boston
Another great review for "Zero Hour" from The Edge, Boston (which, I guess, has a DC branch).
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