T.S. Eliot's The Elder Statesman: Politician's Past Revealed
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The last date listed for The Elder Statesman was Sunday May 19, 2013 / 2:30pm.
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Overall, a fine production. The actors were able to capture and hold the audience's interest throughout -- although at some two and a half hours, with virtually no scenery and few props (the costumes were helpful here) it became more challenging...continued
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“plenty of moments of humor … the success of the Stage Guild production lies in its straightforward presentation of an often brilliant text, and its strong cast … a production so good you’d wish there was more Eliot they could put on.” —MD Theatre Guide
“sparkling banter along the way, in verse that’s light, conversational, and often—as when rest-home matron Lynn Steinmetz positively bellows ‘peace and quiet is our raison d’etre’”—pretty funny in Bill Largess’ nimble mounting.” —City Paper
About the Ticket Supplier: Washington Stage Guild
The Washington Stage Guild produces eloquent plays of idea and argument, passion and wit – plays from all periods of world drama enacted by a classical ensemble with a contemporary sensibility – rare plays, well done!