MORNING'S AT SEVEN at BERKSHIRE THEATRE FESTIVAL

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Christianne Tisdale and Kevin Carolan in Berkshire Theatre Festivalís Main Stage production of Morning's at Seven. Photo by Kevin Sprague. 

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with Kevin Carolan, photo by Kevin Sprague

 

BERKSHIRE LIVING

Other standouts were Jonathan Hogan...and Christianne Tisdale as Myrtle Brown, Homer's unfortunate girlfriend, who is as wacky as anyone in the family, and therefore is the perfect addition to this wild bunch.

 CURTAIN UP

Carolan and TIsdale (a Swoosie Kurtz look-alike) are a riot.

NEWBERKSHIRE.COM

And then there is Myrtle (Christianne Tisdale) determined to capture the corpulent (and no great prize) Homer.  She looks her 39 years and works mightily to drag necessary words from her reluctant suitor.  Her facial contortions are indescribable.

BERKSHIRE BRIGHT FOCUS

Tisdale is very funny as Myrtle.  Her Myrtle has no endearing qualities, still Tisdale is very funny even when she becomes outrageously assertive.

THE ADVOCATE

 Homer and Myrtle are introduced as caricatures more suitable for a "Saturday Night Life" skit...but make no mistakes, they become individuals meriting sympathy and affection.

THE RECORD

Adding to a play that is touching, funny and filled with affection are Kevin Carolan and Christianne Tisdale as the forever-engaged mIddle-aged couple who are excruciatingly dull human beings, but who still are loved by all.

GAIL SEZ

 Tisdale is very, very funny as the completely unsympathetic Myrtle, blaring out her absolutely phony declarations of happiness in stentorian tones for all to hear.

 
 
WBRK    

 Christianne Tisdale's Myrtle is delightful.

 
PITTSFIELD GAZETTE

...with an actress as appealing as Tisdale.

 
 
DAILY GAZETTE

These performers give uniformly stellar performances in this gentle comedy that kept Saturday's audience rolling in the aisles.

 

BERKSHIRE EAGLE

Matalon has assembled an absolutely first-rate ensemble of actors and actresses who play this material with impeccable style and skill that show off Osborn's characters without judgment, with all their strengths and weaknesses on full display.

Debra Jo Rupp, Christianne Tisdale, and Anita Gillette in Berkshire Theatre Festivalís Main Stage production of Morning's at Seven. Photo by Kevin Sprague. 

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with Debra Jo Rupp and Anita Gillette, photo by Kevin Sprague

 

 

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