Harry and Gertrude are complicated people, and real-life couple Alan Gardner and Francie Gardner bring them to life with gusto. It isn’t always pretty, but the Gardners take the insults and alcoholism and sex and deep-seated memories and run with them. City Equity has built its reputation on strong performances, and these two rank right up there with the best.
From Alec Harvey’s 4-star review on al.com.
Directed by Patrick Ian McCall and skillfully performed with great emotion and subtlety by Alan and Francie Gardner on the Virginia Samford Theater’s small stage, the Martha Moore Sykes Studio, the drama shows us a lot about how men and women talk to each other and fail to talk to each other…
From the Red Mountain Post.