Friday, June 03, 2016
Park Square Theatre in Saint Paul staged the prize winner from Stephen Karam. Intense, fast and at times furious, the play is wonderfully staged on the main stage. The acting is generally good, so the humor comes through even though the subject is difficult and for me, basing a major theatrical work on Kahil Gibran is not a happy pairing. I like theatre too much. Even if we are not ever alone in our suffering, and always greater than we know, as the poet would have it. The set is a marvelous creation that enhances the happy pace and the acting is of a high order. The play is not an easy experience and attendees will find some specific explanation of they read the program before the play begins.
Posted by carl brookins at 3:14 PM