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4120 Star Starred
Signature Theatre
4200 Campbell Avenue Arlington, VA 22206
703-820-9771
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4.0 / 5 Rated by 20 members
Review from Susan Joseph

Sarah Ruhl's little old gem did not shine through director's murky and slow interpretation. The singing Tiresian cowboy was especially muted as were the supposedly labile eventually married couple.

reviewed Jan 05 2014 report as inappropriate
Review from Shirley

Very interesting and out of the box. Not sure what it was about but it generated a lot of discussion. A very lovely afternoon.

reviewed Jan 05 2014 report as inappropriate
Review from baf

My husband & I didn't know what to think at 1st, but we were soon won over by the terrific cast (married couple in the play), the quirky, original, out there plot line & mixed media of it all! When it was done, we both realized how much we really...continued

reviewed Jan 03 2014 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

“Here as ever, Ruhl has a finger to her chin in poetic meditation, with the added attraction of a youthful yodel in her heart.” -Washington Post
“Daugherty, proving he’s a master at balancing quirk and well-intentioned story-telling, is able to show the dance that Mary is dancing – both literally and figuratively – in her relationships and in her own mind in a consistently interesting way. Overall, this artistic vision serves the piece well.” —Broadway World
“[Daugherty] seems to have found the exact mix of comedy and tragedy that best enhances the play’s effect … With this work, Alyssa Wilmoth establishes herself as a major Washington actor – the kind of performer whose appearance in a cast can serve as a stand-alone justification to see a play … Thomas and Dinolfo also acquit themselves well in difficult roles.” -DC Theatre Scene

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