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November 17, 2011


Ann Baker

Okay. Well done. I have not seen this piece. And I'm not sure I want to, which means your review was helpful, as I don't like to go to the theatre and come out feeling like I should have studied for the TEST harder. Technical spectacle or cerebral exercises do make me want to go to the theatre.

Paul Tamburello aka pt at large

I was determined not to get sucked into the hype - I found a middle path that complimented the acting, questioned the universality of the themes or at least the way the themes were presented, and said clearly that I didn't understand the flow of the play.

This was one of the only plays I've been to in years where reading the program before the show seemed to be a critical key to grasping the underpinnings of the plays constructs - but even reading it after the show didn't help illuminate it evenly.

Please let me know comments of any of your friends who see this play. Your 'take' on my reviews is really valuable to me.

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