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Tea at Five Reviews

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Average customer review: 2.0 star rating (2.0 Stars)

Number of reviews: 10



1.0 star rating Diana Mansfield from Boston, Massachusetts


I was So excited to see Faye Dunaway in this play. The performance overall was terrible, she forgot lines often stumble through her words, and she was sniffing the whole time. Her timing was so off that it was amateurish. Don’t waste your money!

5.0 star rating Carol from Boston, Massachusetts


I just saw this show and thought is was fantastic. In reading the reviews, I was mystified and asked "were we watching the same show"? No, it wasn't a literal interpretation but it caught the essence of the strong, very complex individual of Katherine Hepburn. I loved watching Fay Dunaway and seeing her weave this into a cohesive psychological profile!

2.0 star rating Anthony McDermott from Boston, Massachusetts


I wanted to love this. But, alas. No. It's not ready for Broadway - and should not go. Maybe off broadway in an intimate theater. Very small, a few hundred seats, no more. If you are far away, why bother to go? Was this really the best show for Faye? And, is there even direction? Seriously, it's like the director was afraid to say anything or do anything because she's Faye - and just let her go where she wanted. Movements and blocking made no visual sense or character or dramatic sense - and maybe this script needed to be looked at again - could you have combined the two acts or used something in the first act to make it work better? This did not work as is. And there was no representation or understanding of Katherine Hepburn - which says to all of us "why do this play then if you are not going to do it right?" - Nonetheless, put this play aside and get another play for Faye. We love her and she deserves better.


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