Director, Actor, and Sometimes Gardener
 "All this is well done on stage; the actors are engulfed in their roles. The sisters respond to their loss each in her own way: they hurt each other, they protect each other, square-dancing through life, switching roles, evolving as individuals and as a family.  The Stillness between Breaths  keeps it real, offering no pat answers or smarmy solutions. It's an in-depth character study of life the way we all live it — one breath at time." - Ann Arbor Observer

The Stillness Between Breaths by Joseph Zettelmaier

Performance Network Theatre
Ann Arbor, MI
Mar/Apr 2005

World Premiere

 "All this is well done on stage; the actors are engulfed in their roles. The sisters respond to their loss each in her own way: they hurt each other, they protect each other, square-dancing through life, switching roles, evolving as individuals and as a family.  The Stillness between Breaths  keeps it real, offering no pat answers or smarmy solutions. It's an in-depth character study of life the way we all live it — one breath at time." - Ann Arbor Observer

"All this is well done on stage; the actors are engulfed in their roles. The sisters respond to their loss each in her own way: they hurt each other, they protect each other, square-dancing through life, switching roles, evolving as individuals and as a family. The Stillness between Breaths keeps it real, offering no pat answers or smarmy solutions. It's an in-depth character study of life the way we all live it — one breath at time." -Ann Arbor Observer

 " David Wolber  – yet another male in this female-oriented endeavor – gives life to Zettelmaier’s creation with a zesty staging that grabs the audience’s attention and rarely lets go. Add to that a troupe of talented performers who take to their roles as if they are living their own lives, and the result is an evening of mesmerizing theater that leaves its audience breathless and wanting more." -  Between the Lines

"David Wolber – yet another male in this female-oriented endeavor – gives life to Zettelmaier’s creation with a zesty staging that grabs the audience’s attention and rarely lets go. Add to that a troupe of talented performers who take to their roles as if they are living their own lives, and the result is an evening of mesmerizing theater that leaves its audience breathless and wanting more." - Between the Lines

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