The show was a bit slow at first, but we got more into it as it went on. It probably was a bit too long. It is a bit disjointed, but she does an amazing job inhabiting the characters. A few of them were particularly poignant.
Another A.D. Smith show, where she inhabits more than a score of characters effectively. Less continuity than some of her shows. The vignettes are connected only in that they treat health care and death.
she is marvelous - the nuances of movement to convey different characters. she totally nails them. Really makes you think about death, dying and illness.. My friend however, found it too long without any real action.
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