Middle School Drama teacher Gina Braden is performing as Dorothy in Act A Lady at the Baltimore Theater Project. Braden learned to play the accordion and honed a midwestern accent for this performance. The show runs through June 8.
A review from DC Metro Theater Arts writes:
Finishing out the women is Dorothy (Gina Braden). With a staunch and devout approach to ‘right and wrong’ in the name of the holy father and whatnot she still reads as ideally feminine. Her accent is the most noticeable among the group, really giving the audience an idea of where the play is set. Braden’s singing and nimble accordion playing fingers make for added entertainment during the production. Her ability to take the rigid belief her character has in how art factors into existence and shift that subtly into her moments as ‘Miles’ is really an astonishing sight to behold.
Read the full review here: http://www.dcmetrotheaterarts.com/2013/05/26/act-a-lady-at-iron-crow-theatre-company-by-amanda-gunther/
For more information, and to buy tickets, visit http://www.theatreproject.org/Shows/ActALady/Back to The Latest
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