“The only reason to even consider seeing this movie is Ezra Buzzington’s appearance as Don’s
bitter wheelchair-bound neighbour.”
And Ezra Buzzington, in his turn as the harried Juliette, the kingdom's sole remaining
factotum, brings down the house with his simple line, 'I polish the parquet floors' -
brilliantly effective internalization, and not bad timing either."
"Ezra Buzzington is brilliant as Juliette, the all-purpose servant who stands in
for the downtrodden of society - the "little people" who are used, abused, and generally
ignored by its movers and shakers."
"Ezra Buzzington's droll turn as Juliette the Maid provides occasional bursts of
"In the snappy production number "I'm No Communist," Ezra Buzzington demonstrates
his wide-ranging talents, including a fine voice and a great tap-dancing technique. "
"It takes a touch of genius to sum up Beckett, the gloomiest of modern playwrights, in a
laugh. But Ezra Buzzington does just that in the first minute of Splinter Group's
heartbreakingly funny Endgame. His laughter, after peering out the window at the
desolated earth where he sees "zero, zero, and zero." expresses all the mournful exaltation
that gives Beckett's relentlessly bleak masterpiece such cataclysmic sublimity."
"Buzzington absolutely shines in "It Isn't Enough" and other numbers."
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