Steve Guttenberg's comedy, Tales From the Guttenberg Bible, began its world premiere at New Jersey's George Street Playhouse April 25, with performances continuing through May 21. And now, the reviews are in.
Written by and starring Guttenberg, the show features more than 90 characters portrayed by five actors. Through the piece Guttenberg recounts his life, beginning with his childhood in Long Island, to the glamor of Hollywood, resulting in his starring roles in Three Men and a Baby, Police Academy, and Cocoon.
In addition to Guttenberg, Tales From the Guttenberg Bible's company includes Arnie Burton, Dan Domingues, Carine Montbertrand, Laura Jordan, and Christopher Patrick Mullen.
Read the reviews below.
The piece is directed by George Street Playhouse Artistic Director David Saint and features scenic and projection design by Caite Hevner, costume design by Lisa Zinni, lighting design by Joe Saint, and sound design and original music by Scott Killian. Samantha Flint is production stage manager, and casting is by McCorkle Casting's Pat McCorkle and Rebecca Weiss.
Tales From the Guttenberg Bible is produced in association with Julian Schlossberg.