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The Houseguests by Harry Kondoleon

Evidence Room

“CRITIC'S CHOICE  Ouch. The dialogue in Harry Kondoleon’s The Houseguests slices and dices, zigs and zags. Even in print, the bitter wit jumps off the page. So it’s especially gratifying to see, in the flesh, this last play by one of the several young men whose prominent playwriting careers--and lives--were cut short by AIDS… anyone who appreciates wicked humor will find parts of this play irresistible. And even those who don’t appreciate wicked humor will discover that Kondoleon points out its limits even as he flings it all over the stage… Bart DeLorenzo’s staging is crisp and well cast.”

– Don Shirley, Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles premiere, November 1995


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