Watching Gideon Glick’s expressive face in The Few– elated one moment, defeated the next, then adoring, angry, hurt, resigned — is one key to unlocking the mystery of how this Play-PerView’s no-frills Zoom reading of Samuel D. Hunter’s 2014 Off-Broadway play (available online through July 16), can be so entertaining and amusing, even though its […]
Archives for July 12, 2020
Review: Synetic Theater’s The Decameron, Day Three. From somber to sexy
”And how shall we entertain ourselves?” the characters in Boccaccio’s 14th century story collection, The Decameron, keep asking, and each in turn tells a tale. In Day 3 of Synetic Theater’s streamed Decameron, three women take a whack at “entertaining” in the time of COVID-19, using a wild variant of means and tones. Elena Velasco […]
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