“An Annie Baker pause is about the people themselves, beating themselves up, figuring out what to say next.”
You should see GSC’s The Flick, but be warned that the drama works in spurts and starts
The final impression left by The Flick is one of exhilaration.
In “The Flick,” Annie Baker creates youngish characters that my students at Boston University would call “relatable,” exploring how self-delusions, stereotypes, and fear keep them from connecting in a meaningful way.
By planning ahead, and purchasing one flexpass, I was able to see a trio of plays in New York during a single weekend for well under $200 — a bargain price for world-class theater productions.