Through October 23, 2016
Our morale has just been shaken by a disconcerting televised debate between Trump and Clinton. So the timing of Eric Coble’s political comedy “Margin of Error” couldn’t be worse. Still, this one-act play is beautifully constructed and Eric Schmiedl’s direction rides all its comedic rhythms at just the right pace with just the right tone.
To see a full review of this show, read Bob Abelman's article here.
If viewers didn’t have a disrespect for American political campaigning before, after seeing the well-written and performed MARGIN OF ERROR, they will probably be properly disgusted. If they had concern, now they will be filled with even more disdain. The play fulfills one of the major purposes of theater…to make the audience think. This is a production very well worth seeing!
To see a full review of this show, read Roy Berko's blog here.
Coble has written a tight and fiercely funny play about the way politics used to work, back when you had to be careful of every utterance should a lip slip lead to bad headlines the next day.
To see a full review of this show, read Christine Howey's blog Rave and Pan
To see a full review of this show, read Christine Howey's review at Cleveland Scene
In 'Margin of Error', Coble, a self- avowed political junkie, mainlines the stuff directly into his veins, producing an instant classic – a blazing, savagely funny indictment of a system that blithely packages and markets candidates like products no matter how toxic or faulty.