MEET THE ACTORS

MARK EDWARD LANG

Mark Edward Lang

“Mark Edward Lang, who bears a startling resemblance to a young Orson Welles, shows the confidence of a Citizen Kane, despite his character’s facing bankruptcy.  He has a nice chemistry with Murphy, which isn’t surprising, given that they are married in real life.”
Review, Star-Ledger, THE NEW YORK IDEA (NJ)

“Lang gives a brilliant performance as Jeff… this talented actor manages to bring out some of the funniest moments and the most moving moments within the confines of a single soliloquy.”
Review, THE SUM OF US (NY)

“Mark Edward Lang’s command of the stage towers, and his background in Shakespearean tragedy serves him ably.”  “Lang’s performance as Captain Robert Falcon Scott was totally on the money, and remindful of so many stiff-upper-lip roles played by the late Sir Ralph Richardson.”
Reviews, TERRA NOVA (SC)

“Mark Edward Lang brings bearing and grace to the role of sputtering Jack Worthing.  He’s exhilarating as the picture of exasperation.”
Review, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST (SC)

“Lang gives a radiant performance as the emotionally crippled Prospero.”
– Review, THE TEMPEST (NYC)

“Mark Edward Lang performs in several roles… is well-crafted portrait of Finnish accompanist Kosti Vehanen brings a nice balance of warmth and humor to the narrative.”
Review, Daily Variety, WELCOME HOME MARIAN ANDERSON (NYC & US tour)

ALISON J. MURPHY

Alison J. Murphy“Ms. Murphy dominated each scene she appeared in, by becoming Cynthia, a very elegant lady of the horsey set but one you can hardly not like.”
Review, THE NEW YORK IDEA

“Alison J. Murphy, playing Holmes’ client (a part created for Ethel Barrymore), proves an appealing, interesting actress, with cheekbones and mannerisms resembling a young Meryl Streep.”
Review, broadwayworld.com, THE PAINFUL PREDICAMENT OF SHERLOCK HOLMES

“The alluring Murphy perfectly plays the sullen-at-times, flirty-at-times Actress, who may or may not know about her husband’s deception as The Guardsman.”
Review, THE GUARDSMAN

“Alison J. Murphy is elegant as Cynthia, though she appears impervious and dangerous when she’s holding a riding crop.  Both actresses are delightfully droll when they trade fake smiles.”
Review, NJ Star-Ledger, THE NEW YORK IDEA

Lang and Murphy

Lang and Murphy as Fontanne and Lunt