Tag: Lonny Price
Critics ultimately felt Gabriel Byrne’s memoir adaptation of “Walking with Ghosts” to be mediocre. Though the actor is undoubtably talented and watchable, the script felt one-dimensional and like it never quite dove in deep-enough or connected stories to a satisfying level, and that Lonny Price’s hands off direction made for two hours of watching a man whose best work comes from his subtle reactions, simply talk and talk. That said, the man himself is more than engaging, and some of the stories he tells and the way he tells them in the show are indeed wonderful. So if you’re a Gabriel Byrne fan, this show might still satisfy. If not, you might be better served looking elsewhere.