BWW Review: NATIVE GARDENS at Gulfshore Playhouse is Full of Flowers and Fun
NATIVE GARDENS at Gulfshore Playhouse, directed by Kristen Coury, tells the story of the two couples at war over a property line, a party, and peonies.
The Del Valle family, Tania (Elizabeth Ramos) and Pablo (Armando Acevedo), has just moved in next to the Butley family, Virginia (Maureen Silliman) and Frank (William Parry). The Del Valles are getting ready to welcome their first child, along with preparing to host a work BBQ for Pablo’s new law firm. The Butleys are getting ready for an annual gardening competition, which Frank has been trying to win for years.
When Tania and Pablo discover that their property line actually extends two feet into Frank and Virginia’s garden when trying to install a new fence, drama, of course, ensues.
Emily Yorgey, Broadway World