Ned Pryce

Theater in Sketch: TOMMY AND ME (Theatre Exile)

Looking at the past, TOMMY AND ME carries us into the psychological interaction between dreams and reality.

A RUNAWAY, A SOLDIER AND A SNOWBALL FIGHT (Iron Age Theatre): 2016 Fringe review 71

This fabulous Fringe piece plunges the audience into the dramatic action of the American Revolution.

TOMMY & ME (Theatre Exile): Theatrical touchdown

A lovely and elegiac look at how a sportswriter developed his love for football and friendship with an Eagles quarterback.

TOMMY AND ME (Theatre Exile): There am I in the midst of them

TOMMY AND ME does a lot to make itself likable. Didinger’s love for McDonald is evident and provides a herculean effort towards making the play work. It’s incredibly tempting to allow yourself to be swept away in a sea of sincerity.

THE MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR AT STYLES (Hedgerow): Hercule Poirot at your service

Hedgerow Theater presents an original stage adaptation of Agatha Christie’s classic novel.

A GREAT WAR (Iron Age): 2015 Fringe review 40

This tense, evocative play explores the eternal verities of war, sacrifice, and deceit.