Irish Drama Terminus Follows Dubliners Into the Heart of Darkness
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The last date listed for Terminus was Thursday October 3, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Featured review from RobRed Velvet
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Wonderfully disturbing! Everything about this was a dark, disturbing, witty, masterpiece. The thing that probably disturbed me the most was how unnerved I was at my own laughing about something so dark, yet so strangely funny. Not for the faint of heart, the disturbing imagery masterfully painted through monologue stays with you. The acting was superb. An absolute kudos to the linguistic coach and actors! As a former resident of Dublin, I was fooled. I did not realize these actors were not a traveling troupe from Dublin. So accurate were their accents and so deep was their understanding of their characters I knew clearly which parts of the city their characters were meant to hail from. I even believed that some might have been cast in these roles due to their origin rather than putting on the character completely from nil. The set design and direction were fantastic as well. A phenomenal effort for a fascinating play.
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The delivery of these interlocking monologues by all three actors was fantastic and the language was beautiful and impressive. There was so much happening in the story that I kind of want to see it again to catch what I missed. Be warned, if...continued
Terminus is for mature audiences.
This extravagant drama is both utterly surreal and compelling. As a piece of theatre and as a piece of poetry, _Terminus _is a tour-de-force; a febrile, demonic fantasy that sweeps the audience along on a helter-skelter ride made up of the wildest part of the imagination.