The Season opener at One Thirty Productions is touching, funny and warm-hearted…The delicious twists are half the fun of Last Romance.  The other half is the uniform excellence of director Larry Randolph’s cast John S. Davies and Gene Raye Price belong to an elite squad of regional actors whose mere names sell tickets.
Perry Stewart, TheaterJones

The Last Romance

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

Cast:
Mickey Gorski……………………….Ben Bryant
Phil Gorski………………………….…Sonny Franks*
Emily Gorski………………….………Gene Raye Price*
Andy Gorski………….…….…………John Venable
Randy Stein………………………….Julie Osborne

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

All of the performers, even the younger ones, can boast of a long list of credits. Three of them…have run their own theaters. If any of the actors stands out, it’s Galloway. She’s merrily hilarious as the most boisterous of the characters. The show looks great, too, as Theresa Furphy’s set evokes a lush Tennessee military park. Marty Van Kleeck’s costumes reveal a passion for detail equal to the characters’ passionate adherence to historical accuracy.
Lawson Taitte, The Dallas Morning News

Shiloh Rules

By Doris Baizley

Director……………………………………..….Terry Dobson

Cast:
Lucygale Scruggs……………………Marrianne Galloway
Cecilla Pettison………………………Beverly Daniels*
Meg Barton………………….………..Katherine Gentsch
Clara May Abbotti………….……..Pam Myers Morgan
Ranger Wilson…………………….…Tippi Hunter
Widow Beckwith………………….…Pam Doughtery*

Set Design …………………..……………..... Theresa  Furphy
Costumes……………………………….……...Marty Van Kleeck
Light Design………………………….….…….Nikki Deshea Smith
Sound Design……………………….…..…...Theresa Furphy

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Like A Christmas Carol and It’s a Wonderful Life, A Holiday Memory is a feel-good experience enhanced by the thoughtful work of gifted writers, performers, directors and designers.
Elaine Liner, The Dallas Observer
Directed with close attention to detail by B.J. Cleveland …..The World of realism and imaginative blend smoothly, thanks to Cleveland’s crisp direction and the tight ensemble focus on the three actors. They charm the audience, celebrate a wonderful memory and offer a welcome respite to the season’s plethora of grand spectacle and frenzied sugarplums.
Alexandra Bonifield, TheaterJones

A Holiday Memory

By Truman Copote

Director……………………………………..….B.J.Clevelan

Cast:
Truman…………………………………John S. Davies
Aunt Sook………………………….…Gene Raye Price
Young Truman……………………..Jaxson Huse
Queenie…………………………….…Sandy

Set Design …………………..…………….....Theresa Furphy
Costumes……………………………….……..Marty Van Kleeck
Light Design………………………….….…….Eric Briggs
Sound Design……………………….…..…...Theresa Furphy

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Madness of Lady Bright Pride Festival
Wilson’s 1960s play was important in the history of gay theater, and One Thirty Productions is still air-tight, thanks to Larry Randolph’s portrayal. As he wafts around the stage in his kimono, he speaks Wilson’s language sumptuously and creates a vivid character of a man haunted by a youth that has long gone.
Lawson Taitte, Dallas Morning News

The Madness of Lady Bright

By Langford Wilson
Uptown Players Dallas Pride Festival

Director……………………………………..….Morgana Shaw

Cast:
Lady Bright…………………………….Larry Randolph*
Girl………………………………………….Cassie Bann
Boy………………………………………..Justin Locklear  
    

Set Design …………………..…………….....Marty Van Kleeck
Costumes……………………………….……..Marty Van Kleeck
Make up and Wig Design……………….Ryan Matheiu Smith
Light Design………………………….….…….James Gregory
Sound Design……………………….…..…...M. Graeme Bice

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FIT charged off out of the gate on Saturday with two of the most sophisticated, texturally rich, artistically-executed productions providing thought-provoking entertainment this year. .. With equivalent dramatic fervor and professionalism, One Thirty Productions presented Patricia Bosworth’s 1991 two person short, Making Contact….Come out shaking your head, knowing you’ve just visited a strange world born of genuine theatrical magic and mastery. And you didn’t see it coming.
Alexandra Bonifield, Criticalrant.com

Making Contact

By Patricia Bosworth  
FIT Festival  Entry

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

Cast:
Polly Henderson……………………Gene Raye Price*
Randy Stein…………………………..Jason Levy  

Set Design …………………..…………….....Marty Van Kleeck
Costumes……………………………….……..Marty Van Kleeck
Light Design………………………….….…….James Gregory
Sound Design……………………….…..…...Theresa Furphy

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*member of Actor’s Equity Association