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Publisher's Summary

Wilde's tradegy that tells the Biblical story of Salomé in one act. Full-cast dramatization featuring Lester Fletcher, Jack Evans, Forrest Williams and Bettye Ackerman.
©2009 Saland Publishing (P)2009 Saland Publishing

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  • James
  • San Jose, CA, United States
  • 09-11-18

Overdone, overwrought, ham-fisted, and hammy.

There's a good play here but you wouldn't know it. None of the actors have any notions of restraint. Overblown and overdone acting makes a near absurdity of the play. While the short play does not allow for much character development it's no excuse to turn the characters into Caricatures.

I've listened to this more than once, seeing if it would grow on me. It does not get much better either with age nor reappraisal. At less than 50 minutes, it does end before it has totally worn out its welcome, just barely.

In the hands of different actors it may have been a better effort, the bones of good play are there. But in the hands of these particular actors it comes off as silly and unprofessional. Give this one a miss.