Family Drama Plays Out Against Chicago Backdrop in A Twist of Water Reviews & Ratings
I thought the play was definitely worth seeing and enjoyed every moment.
Acting was great, the storyline: loved how Chicago was tied in 360 degrees, right up to the last line.
The acting and the play were quite good. It is a shame that the theater on Friday night was almost empty. However, it was comfortably warm.report as inappropriate
It was a great play -- very moving. I particularly appreciated the acting of Alex Hugh Brown and Falashay Pearson. Definitely worth seeing. The theater, although beautiful, was still very cold.report as inappropriate
A must see, excellent acting, a lesson in history as well an eye opener for social issues......report as inappropriate
Moving story about loss and reclaiming happiness. Solid acting and beautiful set production, highly recommended!!!!report as inappropriate
Great lighting and set -- Excellent acting --- recommended.report as inappropriate
Terrific play! By far superior to the Steppenwolf and Lookingglass plays I saw in the same month (HotL Baltimore & Ethan Frome). Great play, outstanding acting. I've been recommending it to all of my friends.report as inappropriate
Unmoving. Left at intermission - didn't want to give it more time, in addition to the time already spent on the first act and the commute. The connection was just not there for me.report as inappropriate
It was reasonably entertaining, I just didn't love it, didn't strike a chord with me.report as inappropriate
This is a very moving play. Well acted and meaningful. It has been extended through June so don't miss it!report as inappropriate
Wonderful play. Creatively written, very sensitive. Acting was terrifically bold. Projections were unbelievably good. Also loved the theater space. The Mercury is a gem.report as inappropriate