Barefoot in the Park: In the Pleasure of Their Company
The Mary Moody Northen Theatre revival of Barefoot in the Park, Neil Simon's early comedy about newlyweds in a nosebleed-high love nest, can't disguise the shortcomings of Simon's script, but with the vitality that Director Melba Martinez and an expressive, animated cast bring to the production it's always pleasant just being in the characters' company.
"...young groom Paul, Bradley Carlin just collapses, a marionette whose strings have been severed. These actors' effusive depictions go..."
July 7, 2000 Arts Review by Robert Faires