The Last Romance
"Heart-warming, indeed. It's in the writing, yes, but it's the great acting, deft direction and excellent production values that takes this production the distance."
--------Jeanmarie Simpson "Broadway World" February 2020
Tea For Three: Ladybird, Pat, & Betty
"Stage Left Productions' cast has three actresses who beautifully and elegantly portray these three famous women with direction that is clear and expressive."
----------Gil Benbrook "TalkinBroadway.com" February 2021
Just The Ticket
"Paula McKenny, Suze St. John, Cynthia Elek, Mary Timpany, Cindy Miesse, and Susan Webster portray Susan, and all six do a very good job of navigating their way around the range of comical and dramatic material and creating engaging portrayals of this outgoing woman who just also happens to be a bit of a loner."
----------Gil Benbrook "TalkinBroadway.com" April 2021
A Doll's House Part 2
"Cody Dull's direction is crisp and clear with solid performances from his cast. As Nora, Amber Ryan does a very good job of portraying the wide range of emotions and character traits that Nora encounters, from frustration to happiness, anger to acceptance. Ryan is funny, captivating, and full of life as Nora. Andy DeCarlo is, appropriately, gloomy, sad and depressed as Torvald, a man who seems he still hasn't accepted that his wife left him 15 years ago. The conversations between the two characters are staged by Dull almost as a chess match"
----------Gil Benbrook "TalkinBroadway.com" May 2021
Crimes of The Heart
"Crimes of the Heart at Stage Left Productions is a fun, sordid slice of Southern life, but also a well-directed and smartly acted production with a big heart."
----------Gil Benbrook "TalkinBroadway.com" October 2021
Gods of Comedy
"With several moments of inspired lunacy, humorous characters, and a charming conclusion, it makes for a fast-paced and fun two hours.
----------Gil Benbrook "TalkinBroadway.com" January 2022
"Director Cody Dull has assembled a gifted quartet of actresses, three of whom have appeared in prior Stage Left shows, who deliver passionate performances of these interesting and intriguing women. "
----------Gil Benbrook "TalkinBroadway.com" May 2022
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf
"Assumedly less shocking today than when it first premiered in 1962, but still explosive, and with performances that are real, raw and rich, Stage Left Productions' Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is intense and emotional as it portrays the stormy, turbulent, and volatile relationships of these two married couples. "
----------Gil Benbrook "TalkinBroadway.com" September 2022