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Last Summer at Bluefish Cove – Reviews

Ticket Holders LA
TAKE MY BREATH AWAY, JANE CHAMBERS… ensemble performance at its best… sensitive direction… present[ing] the tale’s seaside location as an al fresco experience is an inspired choice.” — Travis Holder, Ticket Holder LA

People’s World 
HEARTWARMING… alive with deep, enduring friendship, with laughter at human foibles, with examples of both mature love and short-lived flings, with self-confident women who have hopes and plans for the future… STUNNING AND LOVELY.”— Eric Gordon, People’s World

Stage Scene LA
WOW!… a superb outdoor revival that makes Fountain Theatre the place to be this summer In Los Angeles… a terrific piece of writing…. gorgeously designed… Every great play should get as great a production as the Fountain is giving Last Summer At Bluefish Cove.” — Steven Stanley, Stage Scene LA

Splash Magazines 
HIGHLY RECOMMENDEDNOT TO BE MISSED… a well-written, superbly directed and performed production which cannot fail to entertain. It is also thought-provoking as it studies the meaning of friendship, humanity, love, and mortality through the lens of these fascinating women.” — Elaine Mura, Splash Magazines

“STELLAR PERFORMANCES… superb acting… fine direction… The women in the play exude fascinating layers of strengths, insecurities, and charming characteristics that brings them closer to the audience’s own experiences… a poignant and touching production that enhances the already captivating script.” — Joe Mosqueda, Glamgical

Discover Hollywood
TRUTH, HEART, KINDNESS AND MOST OF ALL, WIT… the ensemble cast is flawless.”— Michael Edwards, Discover Hollywood

Broadway World
COMPLEX AND UNIQUE… We know these women. We ARE these women.” — Harker Jones, BroadwayWorld

Stage and Cinema
THOUGHTFUL AND ENTERTAINING… a setting that could only be topped by actually being at the beach… challenging and emotionally rewarding.” — Tony Frankel, Stage and Cinema

On Stage Los Angeles
KUDOS to this production… a strong ensemble… deliver[s] the goods.” — Michael Sheehan, On Stage Los Angeles