So . . . first there are the sounds. The wailing of sirens, the swell of the sea, the chiming of a ship’s bell (or is it a church bell, perhaps?). Surely these are the sounds of despair, or loneliness, or sorrow. But then comes the sound of the first words uttered in the latest SLO REP production—a profound but relatively commonplace query: “How are the children?”
All told, SLO REP’s production is “A Christmas Story” to remember, and to remember fondly.
There is much in SLO REP’s “Deathtrap” to amuse an audience looking for an evening of made-up murder and mayhem.