Lee Breuer

Theater Review: Ibsen’s DollHouse — Deconstructed

November 3, 2011
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Entertaining and provocative, this quick-witted and dreamlike evening of theater suggests that imbalances of power sacrifice individual freedoms and love. Everyone becomes a doll (master and servant) in a doll society.

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Fuse Theater Review: The Tennessee Williams Theater Festival Turns a Healthy Six

September 26, 2011
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The quality varies at the TWTF, but here is a chance to become aware of rarely done Williams plays. And if a production does not measure up to one’s expectations, the effort will inspire a few sturdy directors to try their own hand at these and other texts of America’s most eloquent poet-playwright.

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