I usually post reviews here in the order in which I saw the shows. However, I am going to break from this practice this week for two reasons: 1) to give readers some information about a show that has one more weekend in its run, and 2) to take a little more time writing about the storytelling performance I saw last weekend.
Last Sunday afternoon (4/27/08), I drove over to Westfield to see “A Few Good Men” at the Westfield Playhouse. It was written by my buddy, Aaron Sorkin*, directed by Thom Johnson with assistance from Katie Clements, and produced by Bobbi Van Howe with assistance from Doug Gifford.
I had never seen a production of this exciting courtroom drama before, and I have never seen the movie, so I can not say how this particular rural community theatre production compares to other versions. However, I found this production satisfying for several reasons.