The Storm Theatre Company presents a new play set in 1949 dramatizing a rumored love affair between celebrated novelist Mary McCarthy and young academic Paul de Man. More…
Later in his life, de Man gained worldwide notoriety as the foremost American promoter of deconstruction, a concept inspired by German philosopher Martin Heidegger. In addition to his alleged romance, this play exposes de Man’s hidden past in war-torn Belgium, where he was suspected as an embezzler and Nazi collaborator.
See it if a good show about how intelligent people deal with the drama in their lives. Good performances, original set and biting dialougue.
Don't see it if You don't like plays that are intelligent and psychological.