Finishing School

By Elaine Liner

Director……………………………………..….Gene Raye Price

Cast:
Wizzer……………………………….….Goron Fox
Alford………………………….…….…John S. Davies*

Set Design …………………..…………….....Larry Randolph
Costumes……………………………….……..Marty Van Kleeck
Light Design………………………….….……Brooks Powers
Sound Design……………………….…..…...M. Graeme Bice

The writing of Equally Divided is witty; as the one-liners fly fast and frequently….. As the director of Equally Divided, Price's staging is superb. While I've always likened directing oneself in a play to do-it-yourself brain surgery, Price manages to pull off this feat without a misstep. And as co-founder of One Thirty productions she runs a tight ship as both producer and director.
 Rita Faye Smith, Totaltheater.com

 

Equally Divided

By Ronald Harwood

Director……………………………………..….B.J.Cleveland

Cast:
Edith……………………………………..Gene Raye Price*
Reneta………………………….………Mary Lang
Fabian………………………….……….Stan Graner
Charles Mowbray.………….…….Dwight Sandell*

Set Design …………………..……………....Dave Tenney
Costumes……………………………….……..Marty Van Kleeck
Light Design………………………….….…….Sam Nance
Sound Design……………………….…..…...Marco Salines

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He grows agitated as he checks the snow falling outside the station door and mimes a phone call behind a clear glass window in Dave Tenney’s smartly designed set. When he emerges to announce he’s doing the play alone, he draws a handkerchief across his forehead to wipe sweat. Then the magic of One Thirty Productions show begins.
Lawson Taitte

 

 

A Christmas Carol: The Radio Show

By David Alberts

Director……………………………………..….Gene Raye Price

Cast:
Station Manager……………………B.J.Cleveland *

Set Design …………………..……………....Dave Tenney
Costumes……………………………….……..Marty Van Kleeck
Light Design………………………….….…….Stewart Mikkelson
Sound Design……………………….…..…...Marco Salines

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Our Breakfast

By Ben Shroth
FIT Festival Entry

Director……………………………………..….Gene Raye Price

Cast:
Jean…………………………………..…Marty Van Kleeck*  
Sybil.......................................Mary Lang

Set Design …………………..……………....Dave Tenney
Costumes………………………………..…..Marty Van Kleeck
Light Design………………………….…..….Brooks Powers
Sound Design……………………….……...Marco Salines

All three actresses distinguish themselves, anyway. Lang’s Sybil tries to deal some tough love to her addled friend. Van Kleeck is adorable as the confused Jean. Singleton rivals her for our pity, though, as many in the audience have waited tables just as difficult.
David Novinski, TheaterJones

 

*member of Actor’s Equity Association