A Name for a Ghost to Mutter
In her new script A Name for a Ghost to Mutter, playwright Cyndi Williams uses the fuel for great drama: colorful writing, focus on relationships, big climax, tidy resolution. But while all the hard parts are accounted for, all the right moves taken, the play stops just short of smoking.
"...four generations of a Southern family. Skillful David Jones plays B., who wants Lala, a tough character rendered with..."
Jan. 19, 2001 Arts Review by Rob Curran