"In their very simple yet effective ways, both plays show the beauty of quiet resilience and the strength of human bonds. To deny the connections between various, seemingly different groups of people leads to hatred and pain. To recognize it, which the playwrights and the director of 'Lost Voices' have made easier, brings strength to people who are willing to stand together." Full Review
"All of the acting is stellar and both casts support each other's characters seamlessly, in a way that makes the audience feel like they have walked in to the bar or into the disappearing community. One easily forgets that they are attending theatre and that they are not, indeed, alongside these well-written characters...'Lost Voices' demonstrates and educates the audience that we must not lose sight of the fact that it's not 'save the planet,' it's 'save the people.'" Full Review
"Tension fails to build as the peril escalates; the performance’s tone doesn’t vary much. The production also ignores a critical stage direction calling for the cousins’ space to shrink discernibly. Still, 'Vanishing Point' is the more satisfying half of the program, which begins with Elise Marenson’s one-act 'Wide Blossoms'...The most eloquent aspect of 'Lost Voices' is Edward T. Morris’s poetic set." Full Review
See it if If you enjoy Off Off Broadway, creative productions. This is two shows for the price of one. Great performances, amazing set, emotional.
Don't see it if No real reason why not to go. If you enjoy theater, stage plays, then go, go, GO!
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