World Premiere Regrets with Gilmore Girls' Alexis Bledel and Tony Winner Adriane Lenox
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Davis (portrayed by Daytime Emmy Award Winner, Darnell Williams) and Ruth (portrayed by Tamara Scott) are two strangers desperate to make a human connection in Sightlines, by Emmy Award nominee Mark Eisman. In this intimate two-person play, Ruth struggles with bitter sense that her life has been little more than a series of betrayals, which has caused her to blur the lines between reality and an unreal, dreamlike sense of self. When she meets Davis, and he extends a helping hand, they smash through an ever-blurring reality into a Lewis Carroll-like world in a love story that defies most conventional preconceptions. This unique production unfolds in an otherworldly set that is a true feast for the senses, accompanied by a haunting original score. Learn More
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I feel a bit bad giving this play two stars, because the acting was very good for the most part. but the play itself is awful. what's the opposite of subtle? it uses every trick in the book to create suspense (one character has a big SECRET we won't find out til the 2nd act). and so many social issues are squeezed in that it i'm surprised an interned japanese transexual didn't make an appearance. my head hurt afterwards from being knocked so hard. give a little credit to smart audiences!
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