Feet of Clay Premieres at Royal George Gallery
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The last date listed for Feet of Clay was Saturday March 19, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Play was based on Chekhov's "3 Sisters" and set in present time in a dying town near New Orleans. The characters were soldiers and poor alcohol-addled Southerners. I thought the themes explored were defined, varied and thought provoking. The sisters were just in a "psychological mud of their own making" and unable to change their situation even though each imagined and stated the answer to her dilemmna. The traditional role of the woman and their wanting to define themselves not through men but on their own terms was quite dramatic. The soldiers were damaged by war and a sad lot. The effects of war were certainly dramatized for me. Their selfish need to have someone at home that cared about them when they were away at war was startling. I liked the play quite a bit. I thought the acting was convincing and each character was well defined. Very glad I saw the play. Memorable.
Directed by David Perez_
Feet of Clay_ is a new play written by Stephen Louis Grush, founding artistic director of XIII Pocket, and who is currently on stage in Sex with Strangers at Steppenwolf and recently appeared in Goodman Theatre’s The Seagull. The production is directed by David Perez, founding artistic director of Pavement Group, who garnered rave reviews in Steppenwolf’s Garage Rep last year with his production of punkplay, which ranked #3 on the Time Out list.
Featuring Jennifer Alexander, Craig Cunningham, Paul Dunckel, Brandon Ford, Larry Garner, Chris Hart, Leah Karpel, Annie Kehoe and Kimberly Logan