The Three Sisters Playwright: Anton Chekov Director: James Moll Costumes: Paul Reinhardt Actors: Carlene Watkins, Stephanie Voss
"The Three Sisters" “The cast, to a man, is first-rate -- Mona Lee Fultz, Stephanie Voss, and Carlene Watkins as the the three sisters, Michael Cox as the sidetracked brother, Baker Harper as the fatuous (but ultimately sympathetic) teacher married to one sister, Laird Williamson, thoroughly professional as the Colonel, Bruce McGill, who puts some unexpected depth into his portrayal of the Baron, and Larry Randolph as the old military doctor, not to mention the lesser performers who fill the bill so capably.” --John Bustin, Associate Editor, Austin American-Statesman
Titus Andronicus Playwright: William Shakespeare Director: Laird Williamson Stage Design: Richard L. Hay Costumes: Robert Morgan Role: Tamora, Queen of Goths Actors: Ernie Stewart, Denis Arndt
"Five Star Reviews for Titus
“Tamora, Queen of the
Goths, is an early version of Lady McBeth in her manipulation of her husband,
Mona Lee Fultz, in her first season with the Festival, captures a spectrum of
emotions in the role, from fury to cajolery to sensuality. “
-- Al Reiss, United Press International.
“Three roles explode with fearsome intensity ...Mona Lee Fultz does a grimly
effective job with Tamora, Queen of the Goths and principal agent of the
revenge theme. “
--Jack Leahy, Seattle Post-Intelligence
“The clear conception of the play brings out the best in the actors and there
is not a weak performance. Mona Lee Fultz’ Queen of the Goths is seductive in
beauty, with a bitter twist to her mouth.”
--Dorothy Nichols, Tribune, Palo Alto Times
The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-In-the-Moon Marigolds Playwright: Paul Zindel Director: Sally Russell Role: Beatrice Actor: Madge Marley
“The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-In-The-Moon Marigolds”
“The cast of Gaslight Theater’s production of “The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-In-The-Moon Marigolds” picks you up and doesn’t let you down until the end of the show. A far cry from the civic theatre and even some of the slick professional touring productions that stop to perform on both campus and commercial stages in Austin. “Marigolds” is a small spellbinder. The casting is inspired and so are the performances by Mona Lee Fultz as Beatrice, Janet Bryant as Ruth, talented 17-year-old Susan Ownesby as Tillie, Jeanne Marie Williams as Janice.
Mata Hari (5th Street Theater) Playwright - Marty Martin Director - Marty Martin Costumes - Cari Set Design - Jim Caroccio Role - Mata Hari Actors - Bill Johnson, Ed Hayden, Elizabeth Henshaw, Lydia Mokrane, Wade Wilson
The Second Time Around (Beef n'Boards Dinner Theatre) Playwright: Henry Denker Director: Annabelle Weenick Role: Eleanor Actors: Pat and Eloise O'Brien, William Lithgow
One of the most enjoyable evenings I’ve ever spent at Beef ‘n’ Boards Dinner Theater in Harrison, Ohio was earlier this week. It was purely pleasurable watching the talented Eloise and Pat O’Brien performing in the comedy, “The Second Time Around.” Mona Lee Fultz Jeremey Leaman and Mary Sue Greiner all add their worth to this dandy production.”
Colonel Mustard (Hyde Park Showplace) Playwright: Tom White Director: Robin Robinson Role: Carolyn Brown Actors: John Edson, Bill Johnson
"Colonel Mustard" “Colonel Mustard” is seasoned with laughter. The Hyde Park Showplace production is graced with an excellent cast, which includes, Mona Fultz, John Edson, and Bill Johnson.” -- Patrick Taggart, Austin American-Statesman
Richard the Second Playwright: William Shakespeare Director: James Moll Costumes: Paul Reinhardt Role: Duchess of York Actor: Bruce McGill
“Richard The Second” “The best ensemble acting, comes in one of the final scenes which involves the family of York. The scene assumes some surprising comic touches, with both Bruce McGill and Mona Lee Fultz, as the Duchess of York, offering strong characterizations.” --Ron Martin, Austin-American Statesman
“The performance of Mona Lee Fultz as Susan and Wyn Warren as Fred, a couple
who court, marry and face death in a lighthearted manner, were brilliant and
--Majorie Hoffman - Austin-American Statesman
Reviews for the productions of “Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner” and “Bits & Pieces” by Obie Award-Winning Playwright, Corinne Jacker.
“The women are wonderfully bitchy and know who to milk their lines like dairymaids for every drop of humor. But it’s Miss Fultz with the best opportunity to develop her role as it telescopes into the next successful play of the evening, “Bits and Pieces.” “Bits and Pieces” is a work of art. The humor, the music and the “messages” of the play form a pleasing, entertaining package together. As Miss Fultz, whose development from angry mourning to realistic acceptance of her husband’s death is complete.” --David Carren, Staff writer Daily Texan.