Jimmy Porter is angry. Overeducated
and underemployed, he is stuck in a dead-end job. His wife won't
talk to him. His best friend is always by her side. When her upper-crust
friend shows up unexpectedly, Jimmy reaches the breaking point. John
Osborne's ground-breaking story of a working-class hero fighting
for his wife's love is as resonant now as it was in 1956, when Kenneth
" I could not love anyone who did not wish to see LOOK BACK IN ANGER."
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FOR ' LOOK BACK IN ANGER'
PICK!" - French Quarters NY
"In short, The Seeing Place exemplifies what good, thought-provoking, well-crafted theater is all about. While the script isn't above a few melodramatic turns characteristic of the era, the cast swerves to meet them with nuance and ease. I was continually impressed by The Players' ability to create and surprise - they seemed to be in the act of discovery in every moment. One thing is sure of this production, and I suspect of upcoming Seeing Place fare, the audience is in capable hands." -
Molly Hagan, Broadway World
production. Brandon Walker excels as Porter from his first moments...
Reesa Graham has such a lovely attention to detail." -
Peter Filichia, Theatermania
Alison enchants - draws the light in, draws our attention in,
a wound and a wonder." - Martha Wade Steketee, Urban
Reich's portrayal of best friend Cliff Lewis is flaweless...
Rick Delaney is delightfully convincing as Alison's father, the
mild-mannered Colonel Redfern... The Seeing Place's production
of John Osborne's LOOK BACK IN ANGER is well worth the price
of admission." - Toby Ring Thelin, Theatre Knights
the newest member of the cast, turns in a stellar performance
as Helena... The company tackles this beast of a play with great
enthusiasm." - Nicholas Linnehan, nytheatre. com
you like serious theatre, this is the real deal." -
Cheryl Benton, The Three Tomatoes
||Read an exclusive interview by Behind
the Fringe with Brandon Walker (Artistic Director,
and the role of Jimmy in LOOK BACK IN ANGER) about the
process of putting together this remarkable show.
||The cast was interviewed for Adaumbelle's
Quest, which was created to ask performers the everyday
burning questions others are too afraid to ask, but secretly
want to know.