Just a brief message to CONGRATULATE YOU on a most beautiful production of “Richard III: Villain or Hero’ in two contrasting presentations! I strongly admire and am amazed at all the creativity your program contained—music, dancing, costumes, the children’s play, etc. You have an amazing amount of success and energy in obtaining so much support and so many resources that you needed and wanted to make the entire production great success!
BRAVO! PLEASE UPDATE ME ON THE FUTURE PRODUCTIONS Of ‘OPEN ROAD THEATRE. Cheers, Don Messina, Director of ST. ANDREW’S CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Living in Exile – Bravo, All! And, congratulations on this wonderful, well-deserved [City Newspaper Online] review. Again, I was so enthralled by the adept storytelling of this talented ensemble opening night performance and truly appreciative of the efforts of all involved. I feel fortunate to have had the opportunity to experience this beautifully powerful theatrical work. Nancy Francher
“All of your plays have been amazing experience, Les Mis especially. ORT has been a big part of me and always will be. While this may be my last ORT play. You will see me again for sure. Much love.’ Marlena Grasso
“My favorite ORT roles were Katrina in The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Milady in The Three Musketeers. The Open Road Theatre has helped me to make an unbelievable number of friends, and taught me priceless skills, which I will cherish for the rest of my life.”
“I played The Queen in ORT’s Snow White. I enjoyed this even though I had to be mean to my best friend. It was a very fun role. The Open Road Theatre shows are a fun learning experience from the first ‘Read Through’ to the Closing Night and Curtain Call.”
“My favorite ORT show was The Wizard of Oz. My role was Jude the fairy. The Open Road Theatre is important to me because it is where I met most of my best friends and gave me unforgettable memories.”