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Two-man shows can be a bit of a drag, especially if the story is uninteresting. Constant character changes between the duo make it nearly impossible for the audience to get sidetracked and still understand what’s going on.
Christina Martos and John Cullinan found themselves in that very situation — constantly switching characters — as they portrayed a total of 15 players in Los Alamos Little Theatre’s production of “Stones in His Pockets.” However, the show was anything but a drag.
Written by Marie Jones, directed by Chris Monteith and produced by Jess Cullinan, the show is set in County Kerry, Ireland and tells the tale of Charlie Conlon and his friend Jake Quinn.
Cullinan is no stranger to the LALT stage. He most recently starred in “Frost/Nixon” and has been a part of the Los Alamos Light Opera. He took on the role of Jake, as well as that of Aisling, Mickey Riordan, Sean Harkin, John, Dave and Kevin Dougherty. His transition between characters was flawless and his portrayal of each was convincing.
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