Reviews

ART AND ENTERTAINMENT AT ITS BEST  [headline]

Gregg W. Brevoort's production is smart and unfussy.

                                                                                  - LOS ANGELES TIMES / Souvenir

A powerful show done to absolute perfection.  DTF outdoes itself with a visually and emotionally stunning production.

                                                                                - POST STAR / Redwood Curtain

A 90-minute Laugh Fest!  Gregg W. Brevoort crafts a well-made and creative production.

                                                  - TOLUCAN TIMES / Catholic Girl's Guide To Losing Your Virginity

This Brevoort-directed DRACULA is utterly captivating ... meticulously and deliciously nuanced.  Act III boasts a disappearing act you have to see to believe!

                                                                              - JOURNAL & COURIER / Dracula

ANGEL STREET THRILLS  [headline]

Director Brevoort's BETRAYAL was last season's highlight.  He has repeated the feat for this year.    

                                                                                                  - BANGOR DAILY NEWS / Angel Street

Brevoort's direction captures much of the elegant convolution of this play and is provocative on a number of levels.  He crafts a production that does not back away from the questions the play raises and knows better than to answer them.

                                                                              - BANGOR DAILY NEWS / Betrayal

It is stimulating to watch a talented director at work.

                                                                   - METHOW VALLEY NEWS / The Drawer Boy

VISUALLY WONDERFUL!  [headline]

An extraordinarily well done production, beautifully directed by Gregg W. Brevoort.    

                                                                      - VIRGINIA GAZETTE / Henry IV, pt 1

Gregg W. Brevoort directs with comedic flair.  PICTURES is two hours of forget-your-troubles theatre that sneaks up and grabs you by the heart.    

                                                                                               - STAGE SCENE LA / I Ought To Be In Pictures

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