Rebecca Bossen’s Rosemary is delightfully feisty and ultimately moving, the long final scene with Milner an extremely gratifying end to this quietly endearing tale.
…in the end, two yearning misfits find the oddest home of all—with each other. Shanley’s moral: If love can find them, it can surely find us all. Strongly recommended.
Rebecca Bossen and Maryanne Henderson played the fickle leading ladies Clarice and Lucrece, respectively, with confidence and poise…
Rebecca Bossen and Maryanne Henderson play Clarice and Lucrece, the two love interests, with regal poise and upper crust demeanors.
Rebecca Bossen as Kelima and Jeff Aguiar as Nikolai counter the cool of negotiation with fiery performances that change the course of European history and shatter the comfort of armchair diplomacy.
Hats off to Burning Coal for its efforts, though, and to members of the company such as Brian Linden, Thaddeus Walker, Tim X Davis, Marc Carver, Hope Hynes Love and Rebecca Bossen, and director Jerome Davis, who managed to bring the plays to life at the Cockpit with admirable energy and skill.
Rebecca Bossen, in particular, gives a lovely performance as Rosalind.
Rebecca Bossen’s Rosalind was as lovely as she was shrewd, with all the giddiness of a teenager in love.
…altogether delightful as Rosalind; and she shows great promise to rise to the top of the Triangle theatrical firmament.
Rebecca Bossen is hilarious as Tommy’s American fiancée.
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