What Audiences Are Saying About

TALES FROM THE GRAVE


TALES 1.B

I thoroughly enjoyed your professional quality production

Petie Dodrill (at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH)

Excellent performance all around … good fun

James Arnett (at the Clintonville Woman’s Club)

I really enjoyed your performance and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys stories. Thank you.

Cathy McCarthy (at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church)

Awesome!

Anonymous (at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH)

The commercials were very entertaining. Although I closed my eyes to just listen, like radio, the actors’ expressions & movements added another excellent dimension to the enjoyment of the show. Good job.

Serie Zimmerman (at the Abbey Theater of Dublin)

Great show. Love commercials. Actors are great!

Bill Golden (at the Columbus Dance Theatre)

All the actors have great voices, especially important for radio. Reminded how radio, when well done, stimulates the imagination by allowing the listener to create his/her own images.

Anonymous (at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church)

Very spooky!

Hannah Mattison (at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH)

Unique, original & thoroughly enjoyable

Anonymous (at the Clintonville Woman’s Club)

Simply an excellent show. Loved the “local” bottling company [commercials]

Terry Roth (at the Columbus Dance Theatre)

First time. Loved it. Will attend more. Saw your advertisement on a bulletin board, came from the far west side.

Rosalie Frazier (at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church)

I really enjoyed the performance and felt like it was an honor to have the first Tales from the Grave at Ohio Wesleyan

Spencer Kirksey (at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH)

Very entertaining–an opportunity to “listen” instead of “watching”–a treat! Expressive, wonderful sound effects, too.

Anonymous (at the Abbey Theater of Dublin)

a fun experience, especially close to Halloween. I really liked the sound effects.

Anonymous (at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church)

Very very fun

Anonymous (at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH)

Awesome (and scary!)…. Extremely well done…. Thoroughly professional performances and direction, matching the best of theatre I’ve seen in more than a half-century of theatergoing…. Bravo, and welcome to this wonderful new group for Central Ohio.”

Alan Woods (at the Clintonville Woman’s Club)

TALES 1.G

Great show. I loved the sound effects and the different voices. I would definitely come again to  see APT.

Jana Patchen (at the Clintonville Woman’s Club)

Awesome performance. Loved the stories and the comedy.

Sheba Senakievich (at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH)

Be sure to close your eyes at some point and just listen.

Anonymous (at the Abbey Theater of Dublin)

This was our second show we have attended. The first was The Duck Variations. We have enjoyed both and look forward to attending many more.

Dave Bowman (at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church)

Great production

Anonymous (at the Columbus Dance Theatre)

Great production full of laughs and scares.

Jimmy Russell (at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH)

Very well done. I enjoyed the opportunity to see talented actors in an intimate setting.

Anonymous (at the Clintonville Woman’s Club)

Superb production in every way. It brought back memories of listening to similar radio programs many years ago.  The commercials were very clever and well done.

Roy Butler (at the Abbey Theater of Dublin)

Very well done! Excellent acting and great sound effects. Liked the Olentangy ads & comedy sprinkled throughout.

Anonymous (at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church)

Tons of fun!

Anonymous (at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH)

Amazing fun for the whole family!

Anonymous (at the Abbey Theater of Dublin)

Spooky — even in the middle of the afternoon (which means the acting is spectacular!)

Suzy Laird (at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church)

Thank you for tweaking our imagination with your varied talents.

Mary Lehr (at the Columbus Dance Theatre)

I thought it was very clever and well done.  The sound effects really sold the show.

Anonymous (at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH)

It was a fun modern spin on old time radio programming. I loved the commercials. Great radio voices on all the actors!

Anonymous (at the Clintonville Woman’s Club)

Very enjoyable performance. Great performers.

Anonymous (at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church)

Great cast of actors

Robert Jarecki (at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH)

It was an inspired performance that made radio come alive.  Loved the show–thanks!

Sheila Fagan (at the Abbey Theater of Dublin)

Very enjoyable–kudos sight and sound antics. A trip back in time (radio time)

Tom Ryther (at the Columbus Dance Theatre)

Very entertaining! I have been to 2 [APT] performances & enjoyed both.

Anonymous (at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church)

Truly brought it to life, even through simple voices.

Emily Howald (at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH)

TALES 1.P

Tales from the Grave was a refreshing and comical take on an old-time radio show.  I highly recommend seeing it if you have listened to a radio show before.  I can’t wait for next week’s installment!

Chris Shanley (at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH)

Great to find myself back in front of my family’s Philco! This also reminds me why I used to like Halloween.”

Ann Woods (at the Clintonville Woman’s Club)

Loved the sound effects & how the characters synchronized with each other.

Anonymous (at the Abbey Theater of Dublin)

I loved the ads and enjoyed the tales; and the friends whom I brought love the idea of a touring theatre group in Columbus.

Veronica Leahy (at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church)

Fantastic show, incredible cast, wonderful concept of traveling theater. Please continue.

Chuck Sellevaag (at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH)

A very deftly crafted and performed show–no second wasted, and every moment of comedy or horror was richly mined.

Emily Bach (at the Abbey Theater of Dublin)

Enjoyed very much. Thank you!

Anonymous (at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church)

The variety of strong voices complemented each other and enhanced each story.

Anonymous (at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH)

All that was missing from the scariest stories ever heard was the bonfire–the best story tellers, with a lighthearted twist from the “Olentangy Bottling Company”

Al Minor (at the Columbus Dance Theatre

Lots of fun. Enjoyed seeing the sound effects.

Tom Martin (at the Abbey Theater of Dublin)

Really great–I was mesmerized

Martha Fisher (at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church)

Thanks for the great performance. Radio days: Great memories

Fred & Pat Guevara (at the Columbus Dance Theatre)

This was a nice experience. Thank you so much – We enjoyed it!

Anonymous (at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH)

Fun stories told very well. I liked the ads interspersed with the stories.

Anonymous (at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church)

Thoroughly enjoyable!

Barb Martin (at the Abbey Theater of Dublin)

This was terrific! As a long time fan of Radio Classics on Sirius Ch. 48 I can honestly say your show was wonderful!

Paula Quinn (at the Clintonville Woman’s Club)

I liked the Q + A part; not long, but interesting and informative!

Anonymous (at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church)

Very good show! Intelligent entertainment. I loved the radio format.

Dagmar Farris (at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH)

TALES 1.X

Great show! As a radio speech graduate of Ohio State (1952), it brought back a host of memories. Thanks for a very enjoyable evening.

Dick Lucky (at the Abbey Theater of Dublin)

Great to hear wonderful quality performers. A great entertainment

Anonymous (at the Clintonville Woman’s Club)

Your touring theatre brings such art to neighborhoods that might not usually have them available. Thanks. I enjoyed the show.

Anonymous (at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church)

Fun and entertaining. Innovative. Reminded me of my youth (commercials, etc.)

Jack Downs (at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH)

Enjoyed the show. A nice idea on a cold Sunday afternoon.

Anonymous (at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church)

The show was absolutely amazing! Delightfully fun!

Anonymous (at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH)

Well done

Anonymous (at the Abbey Theater of Dublin)

Loved Tales from the Grave

Anonymous (at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church)

It was brilliant.  The humor scattered throughout made for a fantastic show!

Katie Patrick (at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH)

Always great!

Anonymous (at the Clintonville Woman’s Club)

Enjoyable afternoon of theatre. I’m a fan of radio dramas.

Mary Gray (at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church)

It was fun to watch and listen to.  The articulation was excellent and the sound effects timely (or precise).

Anonymous (at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH)

Love the idea of moveable theatre

Anonymous (at the Clintonville Woman’s Club)

Great fun! Thank you!

Anonymous (at the Abbey Theater of Dublin)

The acting was great…. I liked the reference to the Worthington grave robbing – a true example.

Anonymous (at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, OH)