Maple and Vine: Modern Comedy About Retro Re-Enactors
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The last date listed for Maple and Vine was Sunday February 16, 2014 / 2:00pm.
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Maple and Vine just did not quite work. The 50's really were like that with pimento cheese and cocktail franks. That era also came with its its own demons. "Duck and Cover" was a common drill in school and many neighbors were digging bomb shelters in their backyards. 2014 finds many of those shelters now holding a good Cabernet.
The ghost-like dream sequences were annoying at the least. Each actor was developed to an extreme portrayal of their character.....often to the detriment of believability. Let's get real. It's 2014, not every male homosexual has a limp wrist and lisp......and a best girlfriend to do each others hair.
The venue is ideal. Every seat is a good seat. This time around, Maple and Vine needs to take a couple of more laps around the block in the editing department. It could work with a few revisions. It does have a story to tell, an important story. While things may seem better "back then" the era came with its own baggage....some Louis Vitton, and some black plastic trash bags.
Quotes & Highlights
“A darkly appealing fairy tale. [Playwright] Jordan Harrison racks up beaucoup points for originality.” —Variety
“A clever, sharply drawn fantasy. Makes a sneaky, compelling case for the seductions of living the Ozzie and Harriet life.” —The_ _New York Times
This production contains mild adult themes and content.