Press for Suffer the Long Night

Austin Entertainment Weekly: “SUFFER THE LONG NIGHT or Die From Laughing”

December 15, 2014 by Laura Jordan

“Have you had your flu shot this season?  Apparently, no cast member in Suffer the Long Night has had theirs.  That’s exactly why 6 of the 13 cast members are absent from the production.  What do you do when the majority of your cast is out with the flu?  The show must go on, of course.”

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BroadwayWorld-Austin: “SUFFER THE LONG NIGHT is a Riotously Funny Evening of Farce and Laughter”

December 15, 2014 by Frank Benge

Suffer the Long Night belongs to that class of backstage comedies like Noises Off and Fashion: The Musical where the audience sees an actor playing an actor who is playing a character in a show.  Suffer the Long Night first debuted in 2008 in Los Angeles and this production marks the first time it has been seen in Texas.”

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Williamson County Sun: “SUFFER THE LONG NIGHT Turns Into Intentionally Insufferable Trip”

December 14, 2014 by Peter Dossing

“It didn’t take much to add a little chaos to the opening night performance of the suspense thriller, Suffer the Long Night.  We’re talking about forgotten lines, falling stage lights (ouch), out-of-sync sound cues like early phone rings and late gunshots, plus actors bumping into one another (oops).  Real chaos! […] Now that you think I panned the play, let me set this review straight.  I liked the play.  It is really a ‘play within a play.'”

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Off Stage and On the Air: Performance 285 – Featuring Agape Actors Co-Op’s “SUFFER THE LONG NIGHT”

November 27, 2014 by Lisa Scheps & Nicole Shiro
Listen to the radio broadcast here.

BroadwayWorld-Austin: “Agape Actors Co-Op to Present Texas Premiere of SUFFER THE LONG NIGHT”

November 3, 2014 by BWW News Desk

“The show must go on. That’s certainly the mantra of The Merrillvelle Merry Art Players, who are launching their 22nd season with a classic Christmas play, SUFFER THE LONG NIGHT, a 1950s melodrama that finds the suburban Burling family held hostage by two escaped criminals.”

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