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George Axelrod

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March 19-22
American Century's
Broadway Hit Parade

compiled by Jack Marshall,
Tom Fuller, and Jacqueline Manger

July 17–August 8
Twelve Angry Men
Reginald Rose


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20th century performing arts


REVIEWS

The Tenth Man

... pure Chayefsky.
... full of sardonic humor.

- Washington Examiner


... TACT has garnered a great cast of regulars.
... a terrific show!!

- Arlington Weekly News TV


... committed and skillful production.
The talented ensemble shines.
... setting with a strong sense of place that feels authentic.
The audience leaves the American Century Theater's production
a little more cultured and a little more hopeful.

- D.C. Theatre Scene


... you should immediately get tickets.
... thoroughly enjoyable.

- Falls Church News Press


True to the time and place.
... sparkling performances.
... wonderful comic moments.
I recommend this play!

- Show Biz Radio


... whimsical humor ... colorful characters.
... scrupulous attention is given to the script.
... Steven Quartell combines a personal charm with an undercurrent of anxiety.
... Kari Ginsburg is highly believable as both the troubled
young girl and as the demon which takes control of her at
different times during the evening.

- The Connection Newspapers


Kari Ginsburg is thrillingly unpredictable.
- TBD.com


Ginsburg gives everything she has to her portrayal of Evelyn.
...other standouts are Ron Sarro ... Craig Miller.

- Talkin' Broadway


TACT takes us back to the kind of pared-down - yet dramatically rich - theater
we see so little of today. It's so old it's new.
... an intimate ensemble piece, by turns fast-paced, comical and intense.
Carefully crafted yet entertaining, witty but still tender,
The Tenth Man is the kind of drama that, in its small way, re-calibrates the medium.

- Metro Weekly


... its questions still ring true more than 50 years after its debut.
- Washington Jewish Week