One Thirty director Marty Van Kleeck allows her two performers, especially Price, some comic liberties. This Grace, though still convinces us she has weathered a hard life and come through strong and sensible. Banks is perfect as the successful corporate type …these two actors nail the play’s sentimental side as well as the comic. They are a pleasure to watch.
The Dallas Morning News, Lawson Taitte

Grace and Glorie 

By Tom Zeigler

Director……………………………………..….Marty Van Kleeck

Cast:
Grace…………………….……………..Gene Raye Price*
Glorie………………......…………....Emily Scott Banks *

Set Design …………………..……………..…Larry Randolph
Costumes……………………………….….….Marty Van Kleeck
Light Design………………………….….……James Grefory
Sound Design……………………….…..…..M. Graeme Bice

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The shows cast includes some of the best loved performers in the metroplex: they seem so comfortable together on stage they might have all worked together for years. Larry Randolph has woven his wise, self-assured magical wand over the ensamble; stage picture after stage picture emerges in effortless natural flow allowing diverse talents of all performers to flourish
Critical Rant and Rave, Alexandra Bonifield
 
No matter how hard I try, I can’t get over the calm and pleasant feeling this show achieved. Despite its cartoonish characters, hokey dialogue and a jerky plot, the experience is one of serene satisfaction, a thoroughly unthreatening delight. If you miss Carol Burnett sketches and like painter Thomas Kinkaid, then this play is for you. If One-Thirty Productions is not careful, they’re gonna give theater a good name.
                                                        David Novinski, D Magazine Front Row
 
The actors all do excellent work. Shaw, especially, outdoes herself, giving Ziller a winning warmth and sophistication. Randolph directed the show, and he deserves some of the credit for the level of performance.                                                           
Lawson Taitte, The Dallas Morning News

Well-Travelled, But Not Well-Known

By Elsworth Schave

Director……………………………………..….Larry Randolph

Cast:
Thurman………………………………Ted Wold
Hiram…………………………………..Larry Randolph*
Ziller………………….………………...Morgana Shaw*
Henry………….…….…………..……John Venable
Chip……………………………………..Jason Kennedy
Grace Sparkfield ……..…………..Gene Raye Price*

Set Design …………………..……………..…Larry Randolph
Costumes……………………………….….….Marty Van Kleeck
Light Design………………………….….……Michael Scudday
Sound Design……………………….…..…..M. Graeme Bice

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Sanders Family Christmas Remount...is really a play, quite a charming one. It offers gentle humor, appealing characters, awareness of history, even a love story. Director Cheryl Denson has just the right touch for this material….Stan Graner     and Marianne Galloway stand out in this accomplished cast…individually each does a fine job        
The Dallas Morning News, Lawson Taitte

 

An unaffectedly charming holiday wreath of a show….A versatile cast fills the cozy Bath House stage with high hilarity, unabashed sentiment and infectious melodies.
Theater Jones, Perry Stewart

 

One Thirty Productions ….brought back its 2009 end of the year sensation…This homespun gem of a show shines like that one favorite ornament…One Thirty Productions’ A Sanders Family Christmas sold out almost all performances before it opened, proving that audiences follow good theater, even when curtain time is at 1:30 pm.
Critical Rant and Rave, Alexandra Bonifield

Sanders Family Christmas

By Alan Bailey & Conceived by Alan Bailey

Director……………………………………...Cheryl Denson

Cast:
Mervin Oglethorpe……………..Stan Graner
Burl……………………………………..Sonny Franks*
Vera Sanders………………….……Pam Pendleton
Uncle Stanley………….……..……Willy Welch*
Denise………………………………….Katherine Gentsch
Dennis……………..……..…………..Cayman Mitchell
June…………………………………….Marianne Galloway

Set Design …………………..……………..…Larry Randolph
Costumes……………………………….….….Marty Van Kleeck
Light Design………………………….….……Jason Moody
Sound Design……………………….…..…..M. Graeme Bice

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The Turquoise Pontiac

By Ellsworth Schave
FIT Festival Entry

Director………………………………………..Larry Randolph

Cast:
Roscoe……………………………..….Elias Taylorson
Traveler……………………………….Shane Beeson
Soprano………………….………...…Morgan Justis
Lee………….……..………………...…Dan Tillman

Set Design …………………..……………..…Larry Randolph
Costumes……………………………….….….Marty Van Kleeck
Light Design………………………….….……James Gregory
Sound Design……………………….…..…..M. Graeme Bice

 

*member of Actor’s Equity Association