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Review round-up - Three Day Hangover's TARTUFFE!

I think I can safely say that every single cast member had an absolute blast performing this show each night.  Playwright Jake Brandman wrote an incredible script and Three Day Hangover created another wild and hilarious theatre/drinking experience!  Run, don't walk to whatever they do next.

Leah Gabriel - Three Day Hangover's Tartuffe!

"The entire cast is hilarious and unpredictable ... Leah Gabriel is the perfect Doreen" - Stage Buddy

"Like most productions of Tartuffe, the breakout character is Doreen.  Leah Gabriel as the Australian maid brings the witty and dry humor that is unlike any other character. Gabriel's Doreen is truly the glue that keeps the family and show together." - Theater In The Now

 "The voice of sanity in this household is that of the housekeeper, Doreen.  Leah Gabriel is very engaging in this role – funny and a little seditious.  You feel for her as she pulls the one or another inept family member back from the brink."  - Front Row Center

"Tartuffe is blessed with an excellent ensemble. Not a single cast member misses a mark." - New York Theatre Review

"Beth Gardiner directs an impeccable ensemble of actors ... every actor in this production shines." - Theater Pizzazz

Up Next - Sex. Drugs. Politics. TARTUFFE! Nov 4-21, 2015

Three Day Hangover presents Tartuffe!

This one is going to be raucous, hilarious, boozy FUN:

Love your country. Hard. Three Day Hangover is jumping into politics and the candidate to watch is this November is Tartuffe. We’re re-imagining Molière’s searing comedy of hypocrites and heathens for our modern age, and there's no better setting for farce and hilarity than a U.S. Senate race.

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Review roundup for Titan's all-female Othello

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"Leah Gabriel, as Roderigo, provides some delightful comic relief, though her character’s ultimate end is just as powerful as the others’. " -Queens Gazette

"Gabriel is at once hilarious and tragic as the bumbling Roderigo" -Off Off Online

"Memorable turns from Leah Gabriel's perfectly pitiable Roderigo and Emily Trask's surprisingly balanced Desdemona, are very welcome." -New York Theatre Review

"It is said that your life passes before you at the moment of death, but in Gabriel's "O damned Iago," it is the 20 years of wisdom to come that she suddenly glimpses as her light flickers out."

"Abbey Siegworth as Cassio and Leah Gabriel as Roderigo are at their best in their fateful fight scene." -Queens Courier