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for a previous production "Retains the message of grace and humanity at the core of the tale, while casting the narrative in an entirely different, highly contemporaneous light. Intriguing and sometimes perplexing in its Brechtian staging, this production adheres closely to the Dinesen text...'Babette's Feast' speaks movingly to a modern world in need of compassion for our fellow beings, beauty and artistry for our souls, and sharing rather than polarizing." Full Review
for a previous production "Coonrod directs a masterpiece of ensemble work...Every element of both performance and design feels precisely, tenderly conceived, in a rapturous production that exudes warmth, grace, and a true sense of fellowship...Babette’s extraordinary extended cooking sequencebrings together the height of Hurst’s and the ensemble’s skills...A work that is, in the truest sense of the word, transcendent." Full Review
See it if you want to see a well thought out, atmospheric period piece with an ensemble that works well together and gives it their all.
Don't see it if you are annoyed by pantomimed props, although it serves a purpose; you are more interested in current fast-paced themes.
See it if This is a whimsical adaptation of Dinesen’s story, with incredible performances, under the direction of Karin Concord.
Don't see it if You do not believe in the art of the theatre and you are satisfied with the movie.
See it if you want an uplifting experience, staged stylistically with care, precision & feeling. The actors/singers are really invested in this piece
Don't see it if you want a carbon copy of the wonderful film. The preparation for the banquet is amazing, yet no food is actually seen & is not missed. Wow!
See it if you like stylized works. Original Dinesen story told w/humor and poignancy. Memorable moments; lovely singing. Artistic play re: artistry.
Don't see it if religious faith bumps you. Still, lots re: humanity. If you only like realism or musicals, skip BF. Feast's expense upsets me (film/play).
See it if you want an actor-driven event that goes back to the Dinesen text and masterfully deploys the unique, transformative power of theatre
Don't see it if you're unwilling to put the film aside (brilliant in its own medium); don't like chamber theatre that makes maximal use of the original text
See it if you like well written poetic stories told by talented caring actors and you never saw the movie. This is a delightful drama.
Don't see it if you have seen the movie and are expecting a live food porn drama. It's not. It is a very good night at the theater.
See it if you want to see a fresh take on the film of the same name. You want to believe in the kindness of others during these turbulent times.
Don't see it if you are expecting the film; this isn't it.
See it if you like an inventive ensemble, intriguing physical and vocal staging, storytelling, and a tale about the heartbreak of making great work
Don't see it if You're expecting the naturalism of the film; this is a very theatrical treatment of the Isak Dinesen story.
See it if You enjoy a play that creatively uses a bit of choreography and music performed by a super talented cast. a fun and unusual night of theater
Don't see it if You do not enjoy shows which are set in medieval times or are only interested in very conventional theater
See it if you treasure great acting and directing. No gimmicks, just talent! Funny and well written!
Don't see it if you need music, big names or romantic fluff...there are ideas here.
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