Lost Girls Press

Fri, 02/24/2017

Lost Girls by John Pollono in the Press

REVIEWS

"Thematically, Lost Girls is a study in both class and gender, but finally its power lies with these fine actors. They take us beyond stereotypes and cliché, and make their characters fully human so we know them as people, not as types -- exactly the way theater can triumph.”
- Toby Zinman for Philadelphia Inquirer
 
 
“There, in a small home, live the story's three lost girls…they're played to perfection by Catharine Slusar as the grandmother, Molly Ward as her daughter, and Susanne Collins as the granddaughter...three other characters, all meticulously drawn and played with nuance by Amy Frear, Sean Bradley and Trevor William Fayle.”
-Howard Shapiro for newsworks
 
 
“Molly Ward especially, who has an interesting sardonic edge”
“Collins in particular finds a nice mix between vulnerability and her tough Goth persona”
David Fox for Philly Mag
 
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INTERVIEWS AND PREVIEW ARTICLES

"Theatre Exile bring playwright John Pollono's "Lost Girls" to the stage"
An interview from Philadelphia Weekly with John Pollono
 
Interview: Catharine Slusar Return to Theatre Exile in 'Lost Girls'
Deb Miller from DC Metro Theatre Arts interviews Catharine Slusar
 
Theater: New and Noteworthy
Philly.com Listing
 
Theatre Exile Presents Philadelphia Premiere of "Lost Girls."
A front page story from City Suburban News 
 
LOST GIRLS: Interview with Playwright/Screenwriter John Pollono
Le Anne Lindsay from Tinsel & Tine interviews John Pollono

 

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