By Yasmina Reza


The Mountain Playhouse


Production Reviews

“Just as you’d prefer to stage “Waiting for Godot” with vaudevillians rather than tragedians, so the emotional conflicts of Serge, Marc, and Yvan benefit from comic timing and expertise. Director Guy Stroman referees these bouts with precision. Something very important is at stake, some deep jealousy, something about the investment we make in our friends and the impact they have on our own self-image.”

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 

“Director Guy Stroman keeps the wheels turning with cinematic staging. He moves the action back and forth from sharply focused, closeup monologues to the more realistic action of the plot.”

Pittsburgh Tribune- Review