Is contemporary theater a form of escapism, or is it a complex way to confront the problems in our lives? This is but one of the philosophical questions that underscore Peter Welch's 'Autumn Stage.' Taking place on an abandoned summer stage in early fall, the play explores how theater can serve as a palace or a prison.
See it if You want to see a play in progress. If you're an actor/writer who wants to watch and learn what works, and unfortunately what doesn't.
Don't see it if You're looking for a polished, linear story.
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