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4.6 / 5 Rated by 9 members
Review from Zina Nord

Stick Fly was absolutely fantastic! The acting was very good, the stage was perfectly set to look like an Edgartown home, and it was wonderful to see multifaceted theme dynamics played out so well. It was the best tragic-comedy I've ever seen in...continued

reviewed Mar 05 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Jan Gadson Louissaint

Had a great time with friends at this event. Thought provoking, witty, candid,and definately got us talking and thinking about lots of different issues raised by the characters. Inspite of torrid downpour on Sunday, this was warm, stimulating and...continued

reviewed Mar 14 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Nanette Collins

We thoroughly enjoyed the performance. The second half was a bit long and the "scrabble scene" could be tightened up. Otherwise, it was terrific.

reviewed Feb 20 2010 report as inappropriate
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by Lydia Diamond

Directed by Kenny Leon

“The style and ease Lydia brings to her work is powerful and new. We are excited to share this trailblazing play with Boston, the city she calls home. The conversation August Wilson started last century now continues in the 21st.” — Peter DuBois

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