Audiences Will Be in Heaven at Valhalla
"Valhalla" is an enormous undertaking of a play for any theater anywhere.
The technical aspects, lighting and sets, wigs and costumes, the quick changes of character and costumes are but a few of the demands. The six-character play, in which four of the actors play multiple roles, requires a strong and remarkably adroit cast. ...
by Lyla Hay Owen
From "STEPPIN' OUT": Minus any hesitation I want to say that director Glenn Meche’s amazing production of Paul Rudnick’s “epic comedy” Valhalla is the best play I’ve ever seen at the humble Theatre Marigny.
by Al Shea
WYES-TV 12 11/16/07
It's hard to give an adequate idea of how funny all this mayhem is. Under Glenn Meche's direction, a remarkable cast moved easily through the zigzags of the story from poignant moment to total, surreal nonsense. If the cast had been less inspired, this epic comedy could have become a tedious conundrum. But as it was, Valhalla delights even when one gets lost.
by Dalt Wonk
Gambit Weekly 11/27/07
"VALHALLA" - A Miracle on Marigny Street
No one knows where, when, or why it happens and it rarely does happen, but IT happened recently at the Marigny Theatre on Marigny Street. IT happened when Paul Rudnick’s play, "Valhalla", in a recent premiere production of Donald James’ To Do Production Company was staged at this little regional theater magically directed by Glenn Meche. I think it helped put another bright spotlight on this fledgling company.
by Patrick Shannon
Ambush Magazine 1/02/08