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April 6 - May 5, 2013 - Clurman Theatre, Theatre Row

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"According to Goldman skewers the movie business and delivers! Nicholas Viselli smoothly balances his character's passion and frustration. Stephen Drabicki is a fine contrast. Pamela Sabaugh digs deepest to explore emotions that can be touching; she's the heart of the play and conveys that wonderfully. Nice comic moments, but the angry scenes come off best... backstabbing is where the action is!" - New York Times

"Twists abound in According to Goldman. The show has plenty of strong points handled with amazing grace and in clever ways. I was quite impressed and found a great deal to enjoy. A testament to the virtues of classic movies!" -

"Humorous yet fierce! The cast is well-suited for the task, bringing a good sensibility to the characters." -

"A new take on the old story of the Hollywood writer shuffle. Honest emotion makes this trip worthwhile. Teacher Gavin Miller is well-played by Nicholas Viselli. Student Jeremiah Collins is touchingly play by Stephen Drabicki. What makes this story feel so fresh and genuine is Pamela Sabaugh's performances as Gavin's wife. It is a painfully honest portrayal of a wife trying to stand by her husband. Ms. Sabaugh grounds her performance so much that both men become more believable. Director Ike Schambelan does a good job. Great sets from Bert Scott... a shrine to movies and the people that make them." - Reviews Off-Broadway