Written By Morris Panych
Directed by Stephen DiMenna
Dec 10, 2010
Steve Hendrickson is an actor of manifold gifts who astutely cuts to the quick of his characters with seeming ease. Mentally and physically, he has been a strong presence on Twin Cities stages, ranging from Shakespearean heroes and anti-heroes to comic triumphs, as he did this summer as Sherlock Holmes at Park Square Theatre...
Rohan Preston, Mpls Star-Tribune, 09/13/2010
Steve Hendrickson inhabits his character so fully, his performance [is] a feat of disarming naturalism.
Ron Hubbard, St. Paul Pioneer Press, 09/14/2010
Hendrickson is expert at bringing prickly, unlikable characters to full life, and he has quite a task here... [Kemp] evolves into something deeper, richer and more honest.
Ed Huyck, MinnPost.com 09/14/2010
Hendrickson, carrying the play in what is essentially a monologue, skillfully reveals facets of Kemp’s character, allowing the story to unfold and stop, unfold and stop... [He] is just plain wonderful.
Janet Preus, HowWasTheShow.com 09/11/2010
0:00 At the window
4:37 Catholic School
6:02 Goodbyes at the door