PRESS

HAPPY HOLIDAYS

Here are some press articles and
rave reviews of the feature film,
HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

The Boston Globe

Sonic-Cinema.com

Hollywood Bitchslap.com

 

 

CUBICLE: THE MUSICLE

Check out the Q & A on
Alternative Film Guide
with CUBICLE: THE MUSICLE directors,
Bill Fiala & Tibor Szakaly.

 
 

 

REVIEWS

         
 

 

HAPPY HOLIDAYS

"Generic Winter Holiday"

"...just keep listening during the end credits for an original holiday jingle- “Generic Winter Holiday” (written byJames C. Ferguson, singer Molly Beck Ferguson, and Zack Hexum)- that’s witty and has all the makings of a holiday classic."

-Brian Skutle
www.sonic-cinema.com

 
   



DANDELION WINE


"When a mechanical fortune teller
(played superbly by Molly Beck) warbles
songs hinting at separations and possibly
even death, the exact identity of the
enigmatic Forrester comes into question."

- Les Spindle
BackStage West
 


INTO THE WOODS

"The women are the standouts...
Molly Beck's mellifluous Cinderella..."

- Bill Marx
The Boston Globe


"...the production boasts some impressive voices - most notably Molly Beck..."
- Anne Marie Donahue
The Boston Phoenix

 

 

 


JACK THE RIPPER


"Actress Molly Beck adopts a sneer and
drunken demeanor affectingly at odds
with her sweet soprano voice, giving
Chapman the soul of a survivor, which
adds to the pathos of her demise."

- Anne Marie Donahue
The Boston Pheonix


"...some of the performers were better
than their material - especially Molly
Beck as Annie..."

- Regional Roundup
BackStage



THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD

"...Drood is portrayed by a
woman, Molly Beck. She is
energetic and engaging..."

- Ellen Brams
The Patriot Ledger




SOMETHING'S AFOOT

"Molly Beck [brings] amusing
hysterics to grande-dame Lady
Grace Manley-Prowe."

- Jules Becker
The Boston Globe

NAKED WOMEN...
baring souls
through song


"Last night our very own Donald Feltham and our very own me went to the Gardenia nightclub to see my friend Linden Waddell and company perform a showcalled Naked Women - Baring Souls Through Songs... Linden sounded great and her cohorts, Barbara Passolt and Molly Beck Ferguson were also very good.

- Bruce Kimmel
WWW.HAINESHISWAY.COM