A Dream Play: Strindberg's Trip Into the Subconscious
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Featured review from Pam Wjeman
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I went with two others and we all liked it. The play was fascinating and thought provoking. It held my attention most of the time. The acting was good - although keep in mind these are students. What a good bargain even if we had paid full price. I would highly recommend trying this theater company as they offer a series throughout the year. When I see something like this I wonder why I would pay such high prices for more professional productions when I get as much out of a production like this.
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Poet-playwright Matthew Buckley Smith has adapted, altered and mangled August Strindberg's A DREAM PLAY to the point that there's hardly any Strindberg left. To be fair, what happens on stage during the show's hour-and-fifty-minute run time isn't...continued
Seating for A Dream Play is incorporated into the scenic design with audience and cast both sharing the Hartke Theatre mainstage for an integrated and intimate performance experience.
About the Ticket Supplier: The Catholic University of America Department of Drama
The Catholic University of America believes that theatre is a fundamental cultural necessity that is enriched by and enriches the community in which it is located.