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  Rod Serling's Stories from the Zone Reviews
Rod Serling's Stories from the Zone
Rod Serling's Stories from the Zone

Rod Serling's Stories from the Zone
Theatre 40 at The Reuben Cordova Theatre
Thru - Feb 17, 2019

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Theatre 40 at The Reuben Cordova Theatre

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Broadway World- Recommended

"...The cast of Rod Serling'S STORIES FROM THE ZONE includes Mark Bate, John W. Combs, Yancey Dunham, Henry Herman, Richard Large, Meghan Lloyd, Brianna Parcel, Brian Pope, Jeff G. Rack, Philip Sokoloff, Toni Trenton and Jeffrey Winner, all of whom deliver great character performances in both episodes, beautifully dressed to period perfection by Shon LeBlanc, owner of The Costume House in NoHo."
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Shari Barrett



LA Splash- Highly Recommended

"...It's always a delight to see one of Rod Serling's creative and entertaining science fiction/fantasy television episodes on the original "Twilight Zone." So it was with anticipation that I arrived at Theatre 40 to see two of Rod Serling's stories onstage. And I can assure you that I was not disappointed."
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Elaine Mura



Theatre Notes- Recommended

"...After going cold turkey and cutting ourselves off from the habit of cable TV or satellite dish, my other brain and I started to explore all the other possibilities available with an antenna and a few subscriptions like Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Prime (which we already pay for), and access to our kids' HBO account. O, brave new world! Free at last! We marched through several iterations of Star Trek, reveled in Doc Martin and Mrs. Maisel, and got giddy with the joy of the Great British Bake Off. And we aimed for the goal of watching every episode of The Twilight Zone, of which there are a hundred and fifty-six. We are about a fourth of the way through."
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Paul Myrvold