Thursday, April 25, 2013

Cleveland Play House
April 19-May 19, 2013

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Bob Abelman

Director Michael Bloom has been given a gift by playwright Victoria Stewart, and he unwraps “Rich Girl” with incredible patience and precision.  Here is a romantic comedy with just the right balance of both, offered at just the right intervals and with just the right flair. 

To see a full review of this show, read Bob Abelman's News-Herald article here.

Roy Berko

RICH GIRL grabs and holds the attention, the cast is strong, and the technical aspects excellent.  Go see this sure-fire audience pleaser!

To see a full review of this show, read Roy Berko's blog here.

Fran Heller

As the saying goes, money can't buy happiness. Or, can it?
Playwright Victoria Stewart raises and savors the question in her romantic comedy, "Rich Girl."
It's a smart, sophisticated look at women, their relationship with money and men, and whether art can transform a material culture.

To see a full review of this show, read Fran Heller's review at the Cleveland Jewish News

Christine Howey
Basically, this is a chick flick dropped onto a stage, as it deals with dating and romance, the oppressive demands of money, and a mother-daughter relationship from one of the nastier rings of Hell. Deft direction by Michael Bloom and a solid four-person cast bring out the humor while also managing to land a couple substantial reflections on our culture.
To see a full review of this show, read Christine Howey's review at  Cleveland Scene


Rich Girl is an engaging, intelligent and hilarious look at the life of Eve Walker, played by three time Tony nominee Dee Hoty.

To see a full review of this show, read Kory's blog here.

Andrea Simakis

From the moment she walks into the spotlight of the Second Street theater, you can feel the savage glee that Lakewood native and three-time tony-nominated actress Dee Hoty brings to the role of th financial guru Eve Walker, her plum of a part in RICH GIRL.

To see a full review of this show, read Andrea Simakis' blog or visit here.

Art Thomas

Money IS important, and so are relationships to it and those who seek it. "Rich Girl" explores all of this in a script that is contemporary and genuinely funny, with a suspenseful roller coaster of emotions.
Click here to read the complete review at WestLife