An all-Asian cast empowers this hilarious satire of White privilege theatrical dramas. Only one fatal flaws keeps it from perfection.
Sorry, Frank – it was NOT “a very good year”.
Still, there were bright spots to be found.
Sarah Kane’s notorious first play is still as gut-wrenching in Shotgun’s production as it was when it premiered 20+ years ago.
Though Shotgun pulls off some grand production design, Madeleine George’s script doesn’t successfully tackle the themes it ponders.
A strong director and able cast elevate a clichéd story in this Shotgun show.
Racist direction combines with a confused (and hypocritical) script in pretty-looking production by Shotgun.
Emotions are far too restrained in Shotgun’s sterile revival of Ibsen-by-way-of-Bergman.
Two strong leads command the stage in Shotgun’s staging of Adam Peck’s flimsy script.