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REVIEWS

Bang the Drum Slowly

… a portrait of friendship---and the mutable fortunes of America’s Pastime as a metaphor for life, which like a baseball season feels long but ends too soon

… a sentimental tale of a team coming together

… the core quartet of Crump, Montgomery, Miller, and John Tweel as Williams is strong
- Washington City Paper

… a grand thing!

…veteran actor Craig Miller reaches new heights of crusty irascibility as baseball manager, Dutch Schnell

… two friends prove loyalty has no price-tag and being alive is "quite a great thing at that".
- DC Theatre Scene

characters who are articulate, insightful, and compassionate
- Showbiz Radio

a game cast and an experienced director, Ellen Dempsey
- Talkin Broadway

Montgomery was alternately vulnerable, amusing, and touching in all his scenes, showing just the right notes of disarming wit and matter-of-fact demeanor.
- DC Metro Theater Arts

‘Bang the Drum Slowly’ tells tale of team united by human condition
- Feature Story in Fairfax Times


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