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BEING SELLERS NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW

Opening Night: November 23, 2010

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Did He Like It?*
  Synopsis
Perfect Crime Off-Broadway

 

Peter Sellers was celebrated for his ability to transform himself completely into his characters - from Chief Inspector Clouseau to Doctor Strangelove. But who was he and what was the personal cost of his comic genius? Marking the 30th anniversary of Sellers' death, Carl Caulfield's poignant comedy brings to life a wealth of memorable characters to unmask a tortured Goon.

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Funny Man Finds Himself in Unfunny Circumstances

*By JASON ZINOMAN
Published: November 28, 2010

"An impressive amount of melodrama, activity and funny voices is packed into the hectic hour of “Being Sellers,” a solo biographical play by Carl Caulfield about the actor Peter Sellers that is part of the annual Brits Off Broadway festival at 59E59 Theaters. Telling the old story of the sad clown, the play, which begins in 1980 at a hospital bed where the chameleonic actor is dying by himself, is filled with references that will make fans of movies like “The Pink Panther” and “Dr. Strangelove” nod their heads knowingly. "

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