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October 07, 2013


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I agree this play had great expectations BUT really was a disappointment. I’ve tried to think what its real message was – as best I can come up with it was delivered in that part of the ending where everyone dies, no matter whether good, bad, or indifferent. The talent of the acting company was excellent, the settings superb. However the play itself cannot really justify the effort that was put into the scenic design, the choreography, and the wonderful performers.

That last is thought provoking -- you want everything to have a chance and to be as open as possible -- but "yes" here is "no" there -- how to allocate resources in the most creative way?

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