Playwrights Realm presents Jen Silverman's dark contemporary comedy riff on the lives and works of certain 19th-century novel-writing sisters. More…
In the bleak and savage moors, there live two sisters. The eldest commands the house, leaving the youngest trapped in her shadow. But when a governess arrives, lies are revealed and loyalties shift...until someone reaches her breaking point. This play examines love, power, and our longing to be seen.
See it if You don't mind bad acting, poor production values, unfortunate direction,and a convulted and slly plot.
Don't see it if You value good acting, excellent production effects, good direction, and an interesting plot.
See it if You want to support an emerging playwright and see a 7:30pm show that ends 9:25pm (no intermission). If you can follow confusing plots.
Don't see it if You value good acting and a coherent plot since that is severely lacking here.
See it if You enjoy overwritten pretentious dialogue and sophomoric musings on god and nature. If you enjoy cliches and bad acting, this is for you.
Don't see it if You want interesting dialogue, believable characters or coherent structure. If you liked The Wolves, you will really hate this.