Ross Valley Players
Weekends through Oct. 18
It’s ironic. In creating a script that celebrates Florence Foster Jenkins—renowned as one of the 20th century’s worst operatic sopranos—playwright Peter Quilter has achieved something as eccentric and unexpectedly sweet as Jenkins herself—but just as mediocre.
In all fairness, there isn’t really much about Jenkins’ life from which to build a full story, though this ultra-slight, plot-thin comedic farce does what it can.
For the full review from the October 7, 2015 North Bay Bohemian, click * HERE *