Check back here throughout our 2015 Season to read the reviews as they come out for each show!
Written by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, Jamie Wooten (Same writers as our Sell-Out Shows Hallelujah Girls, Dixie Swim Club, and Dearly Departed!)
Directed by Randy Davis
"Big Dawg Productions starts their season off with a bang!... Dearly Beloved is no disappointment in that arena, and delivers everything it promises... In the past few years, Big Dawg Productions, though working in a small and fairly limited space, has developed a reputation for pretty substantial production values... With such a talented cast who is clearly having a ball onstage, it is easy to see why this show feels infectious. Davis also is directing “Christmas Belles” (i.e. the Dubberlys do Christmas) this winter for Big Dawg. It looks like it will be the perfect bookend to the season." - Encore
"In the world of Wilmington community theater, “country-fried” entertainment brings in the crowds. The ensemble pieces allow actors to freely chew scenery with a down-home humor that skewers Southern stereotypes. Luckily, “Dearly Beloved,” with a hearty dose of spunk and wit, stands out from the bunch." - StarNews
Laughter on the 23rd Floor
"Big Dawg Productions is stacking the deck on this year’s season... Stafford brings every ounce that the audience would want to see. Due to his film career, it is rare we get to see him onstage; this is a treat that must be seen.... How can you not love this script? In the hands of skilled director Anthony Lawson—who has a great eye for physical comedy, and a cast that is firing on all cylinders—this is a recipe for success. A good laugh is always good medicine. Do yourself a favor and go see a show you will walk out of smiling." - Encore ****1/2 Stars!!
"Under the direction of Anthony Lawson for Big Dawg Productions and with fine characterizations from a dedicated cast of players, "Laughter" provides an intriguing look at both a bygone era of television history and the combat – and camaraderie – that ensues when a half dozen smart, funny, crazy writers are forced to work together... These varied personalities rub against each other to create plenty of comic sparks. It's a true ensemble, and Lawson has the actors working well together... Ultimately, Simon is able to put his fond memories into an entertaining package. ...They always say that you never want to see the sausage being made, but in this case I'd recommend it." - StarNews