DON'T GO NEAR THE WAITER

Of the actors, only the wonderful Bob Sorenson finds a variety of flavors in his characters, and delivers a delicious performance. Kimberly Cook is the long-legged, winning Kelly, whose only flaw is a strident tone, perhaps appropriate for her role as a transplanted Texan. Scott C. Jeffers, as Ira, is finally affecting in the penultimate scene of madness, although he totally lacks the magnetism that Tom Hanks brings to Forrest Gump. All in all, this dramatic confection could make Phoenix audiences anorexic for the remainder of the season. Marshall W. Mason has won six Obie Awards for directing work by playwrights Tennessee Williams, Lanford Wilson and Jules Feiffer. He is now associate professor of theatre at Arizona State University.

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