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- Type of Show Full-length Play
- Product Code DB1000
- Cast Size 3
- Min. Royalty Rate $90/perf
- Cost $10.95
- Approx. Run Time 95 min
- Target Audience College and Adult | Family (all ages) | Senior Adults
- Performing Group College Theatre | Community Theatre | Professional Theatre | Touring Group
- Genre Comedy | Drama
- ISBN(13) 9781583426630
- "Distant Music packs so much wit, wisdom and sheer delight into two hours that I can only begin to tell you about it in this space... I'd squeeze every blessed line into this review if only I could... How often do you enjoy a play so much you can't wait to see it again? So enchanted you quickly read the entire script...? My first experience with a play by James McLindon reminded me of my first viewing of an August Wilson play. I wanted to retain and relish every laugh line, every witty insight... Don't let the easy humor mislead you. It's always as wise as it is funny, meaty as it is mirthful."
- Review by Warren Francke, The Reader, Omaha, Neb., reviewing a performance by the Brigit St. Brigit Theatre
- "The Brigit has done a lot of fine Irish plays, but Distant Music ranks among the best this reviewer has seen for its clever writing, interesting characters...it's exceptionally good theater... It's pretty funny stuff, and equally substantive. The dialogue is so witty I found myself scribbling quotes all night long... The show is a great mix of meaty moralism and funny, funny dialogue."
- Review by Bob Fischbach, World Herald, Omaha, Neb., reviewing a performance by the Brigit St. Brigit Theatre
Media Reviews"Brilliant theater … GO! Experience this little theatrical miracle for yourselves." -Theater Mirror
"It's a treat to see such a sharp mind at work. … Don't miss this intriguing new play." -Boston Globe
"Poetic, insightful … Fascinating … Biting wit and rich, lyrical dialogue." -Deseret News