Mercury Man : The Last Performance of Orson Welles

Orson Welles looks back on his life, and all that must be sacrificed to do what you were made for.

3 thoughts on “Mercury Man : The Last Performance of Orson Welles

  1. A solid play by solid performers. Although the man and his story pale in a fringe festival with the tales like Irene Sendler, Brain Machine, This Might Help and 2201: A Sex Odyssey, it is an enjoyable end to the evening. It ‘s better that Welles be remembered by this play than his actual performance.

  2. A fascinating retrospective on the life of Orson Welles. Well crafted, expertly presented, and dynamically portrayed.
    It makes you smile, it makes you think, it tugs at your heart … an all round perfect play! I can’t wait to see it again!

  3. Wonderful show! Brilliantly written and superbly acted! It was Informative, interesting, intelligent, and thought provoking … what it takes to really do what you are made for!
    It may have been the last performance for Welles, but I sense it is just the beginning for this talented group of players and this wonderful show!

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