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January 13, 2014


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This play – a visual poem – started out much too slowly and it was not the last portion of this that this viewer became engaged. Certainly from the beginning there was the sense of tragedy – who was going to die? The relationship between the two characters, to me, was very ambiguous from the beginning and the conclusion itself was also left with some possible ambiguity. It was an interesting piece but not to me exciting. The acting was superb, the use of the one prop - the rope - was intriguing and done quite effectively by these two supreme performers

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