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223 Star Starred
Theater J at the Edlavitch DCJCC
1529 Sixteenth Street, NW Washington, DC 20036
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4.3 / 5 Rated by 52 members
Review from JohninDC

I left at intermission. The main character, Quentin, really got on my nerves. He's an utterly self-absorbed prick, and Arthur Miller has no idea to what extent. I'd rank this as one of the most self-indulgent plays of the 20th century. In...continued

reviewed Nov 20 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from penny

After The Fall is well-written, intense and the actors/actresses performed at a very high level of professionalism. I didn't feel comfortable with the nudity. And I would have appreciated a synopsis of the story line in the program to read for...continued

reviewed Nov 01 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Francine J.

The performance was fine, but I disliked the play. Now that I've seen all of Arthur Miller's major plays, I can say with assurance that this one is my least favorite. The strong autobiographical thread is blatantly self-indulgent and not of...continued

reviewed Nov 25 2011 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

_After the Fall _is Helen Hayes Award Recommended.


By Arthur Miller

Directed by Jose Carrasquillo

Designed by Tony Cisek, Dan Covey, Ivania Stack, Klyph Stanford and Veronika Vorel

Featuring Mitchell Hébert, Jennifer Mendenhall, Gabriela Fernández-Coffey, Kimberly Schraf, Tim Getman, Stephen Patrick Martin, Joe Brack, Dana Levanovsky, and Kerry Waters Lucas.

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