Hello Again, Mrs. Robinson


Kit Colbourn and Tommy Ovitt star in “The Graduate” at The Sherman Playhouse. Photo by Trish Haldin

Making a play from a movie is daunting. Movies are slick. Seamless. Accomplished without fuss. Theater is clunky. Stuff has to be moved around between scenes, lights alter, the mechanics of the stage are hard to hide — and then there is intermission ( a real mood breaker.) There used to be two intermissions but most theaters have whittled the breaks down to one.  

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