ASSASSIN (InterAct): Grumpy Professor Review

Grumpy CatAlthough ASSASSIN was directed by Seth Reichgott, InterAct Theatre Company is its producing-artistic director, Seth Rozin, who runs a tight ship. ASSASSIN was okay but it was not enough of a play, considering the extensive work that the company can do. After arguing for an hour with a lot of unnecessary verbiage, we find that the thin black man blames the huge black man for virtually killing his father in a professional football game. The play was well acted and the production adequate, but InterAct is capable of so much more. Mr. Rozin has said he would like to buy the Adrienne Theatre and he automatically puts all his players into Actor’s Equity. He is a strong producer and he and his theater are on the rise. January 18 to February 10, interacttheatre.org. (Production also runs February 19 to March 17 at Act II Playhouse in Ambler, PA, act2.org.)

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The Grumpy Professor, John T DAlessandro PhD

John T. D'Alessandro, PhD, is a former professor for Temple University and the University of Pennsylvania and has taught English and theater at universities and high schools in the Philadelphia and South Jersey areas. He has directed over 20 Broadway musicals in non-professional productions for colleges, high schools and community theater groups. He can be contacted directly at jayboy322@yahoo.com