BWW Reviews: ACCOMPLICE, You'd Better Be Ready To Become One

BWW Reviews: ACCOMPLICE, You'd Better Be Ready To Become One

Knock 'Em Dead Dinner Theatre (KED) has a great production of ACCOMPLICE by Rupert Holmes and directed by Becky Kimsey. The script was wonderful! I would have to say that the script was the best thing about this show. At intermission, you thought one or two options. By 10 minutes into the second act however, you were happy to be taken along for the ride. Since I was in the audience, that's all you'll get out of me on the plot.

I had a lot of fun watching ACCOMPLICE. All of the acting was well done. The cast was believable in their perspective roles. Whitney Ulman, Erin Edwards, Dale Laughlin, and Kevin Kimsey all had the audience gasping and giggling exactly when they wanted them to.

BWW Reviews: ACCOMPLICE, You'd Better Be Ready To Become One
(left to right) Kevin Kimsey, Whitney Ulman
Photo Credit: Becky Kimsey

The audience is almost as much of the show as the actors, I am not saying that there is audience participation, but watching and listening to the audience reactions and what they think about "who-done-it". Also, there was a group of the Red Hat Society and they are always so much fun.

ACCOMPLICE made for a very fun, entertaining night. It was well produced and well performed. I was glad I saw it.

The reason this review is so short is because I promised not to tell about the plot twists, so I don't want to mention any. If you go, you can promise too!

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Teresa Rodrick My name is Teresa Rodrick, I was born in Edmonds, Washington - grew up in Mountlake Terrace (WA), married a man from Everett (WA) and my folks moved to Lake Stevens (WA). So when asked, I say I am from the Seattle Area. Way back when I was in high school, I was given lines to perform to open a play (I was a choir girl) and I still remember a part of the line: “No one stopped to give him gladsome looks.” I was then in two other plays. From there I married my husband in June 1990. He was military and we moved around a bit. Our children were born during this time. We lived in England for 2 years, Germany for 6 years and moved to San Antonio, Texas. In San Antonio, I decided I had put my own career off long enough and started going to Palo Alto Community College. I got my Associates Degree in Drama in May 2005. From San Antonio, we moved back to England for just over 3 years. I did one stint in community theatre there. From there we moved to Boise, Idaho. I received my Bachelors in Arts in Theatre Arts with an emphasis in Secondary Education in May 2012 from Boise State University.

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