"… she’s a sharp, funny, delightful comic actress…"

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“…strong acting…great comic timing… with a daffy charm reminiscent of Carole Lombard. She’s nothing short of wonderful.”

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“Walker beautifully conveys O’Keefe’s inner turmoil, self-centeredness, and eroticism… volatile, sensuous, playful, withholding and insecure…”

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“Walker and Ortlieb in sensitive and compelling performances…”

“The two-member cast brings all of this to vivid, delightful life. Pamela Gaye Walker’s grounded, forthright style matching the O’Keeffe one has seen in interviews and with the real artist in her later years; humorous, dedicated, convinced with the rightness of her choices.”

”Passion…great humor…of the shows I have seen recently… Alfred Stieglitz Loves O’Keeffe stands out, providing a solid script, polished professionalism, a passion for the subject matter and impressively memorable performances…to miss it would be a shame.”

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“Bonnie, played by Walker…is funny and touching in her desperate need for acceptance….”

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“As Bonnie, Walker’s emotions change like quicksilver on her beautifully expressive face.”

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“…especially complex and intelligent portrayal. Pamela is brilliant.”

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“In a love story that had torrid peaks and apathetic valleys, the couple whose age was separated by more than a score of years, is skillfully and empathetically portrayed by Pamela Gaye Walker and Jim Ortlieb in sensitive and compelling performances.”

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“[Co-star Jim] Ortlieb’s performance truly reaches new heights in this scene. While words have been the substance of the play thus far, Ortlieb shows us without words that Stieglitz not only knew the departure was coming but that it was utterly necessary for O’Keeffe’s growth as an artist. This is not to diminish Walker’s work. Had she not given life to O’Keeffe’s obsessions and terrors and cynicism and wit, Ortlieb’s work would have gone nowhere. In much the same way that Stieglitz and O’Keeffe fed off each other, Walker and Ortlieb bring the lovers to life. Alone, each performer is formidable. Together, the play leaps off the stage and into the stratosphere.”

“Walker stripped down the essential complexity of a volatile, passionate person to present a tribute not just to the artist herself, but to all of art, and what a glorious thing that is….”

“Walker brings the lover to life… a formidable performer…the play leaps off the stage and into the stratosphere.” “…superlative performance…” “Walker stripped down the essential complexity of a volatile, passionate person to present a tribute not just to the artist herself, but to al of art, and what a glorious thing that is…”

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