Fred Iacovo and Katie McCall

FIREHOUSE THEATER PROJECT
October 31 - November 17, 2007

STYLE WEEKLY
"The most nuanced role belongs to Fred Iocovo, who portrays Sarah’s namby-pamby former lover, Ross. We are perhaps supposed to dislike this guy, but by the play’s end, it’s difficult not to admire his earnest belief in the potential for progress."
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RICHMOND TIMES DISPATCH
"Fred Iacovo is gripping and believable as Ross, the art professor, who has little integrity in his personal relations but defends his beliefs with passion."
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RICHMOND VA THEATER
"Fred was probably the most entertaining character for me. His character’s naivety in love is a bit ridiculous and contemptible but the hope and will to try that goes along with it proves honorable and praise-worthy in the end. Fred never tries to make Ross too despicable nor does he try to make him too likable. It’s a pleasure to watch a performance that is a bit like a mystery – it keep you guessing and it’s impossible to truly figure it out. Great fun."
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