August Strindberg Rep presents the English-language premiere of Swedish writer Stig Dagerman's Hitchcockian thriller about a family caught up in the aftermath of World War II. More…
Gabriel struggles with the memory of his older brother Marty, a slain Resistance hero, for the love of femme fatale Therese. All that stands between Gabriel and his amorata is Victor, another Resistance hero, and his own mother. After the War, Dagerman was sent on a commission to Paris to write a book, but ended up writing this play instead, inspired by the real-life story of Austrian-Jewish refugee Etta Federn. Presented in rotating repertory with 'Journey in Light and Shadow.'
See it if Psycho thriller about a rejected son, his mother, and a girl friend in post war France. Kept me in suspense. Terrific acting by the son.
Don't see it if You don't like watching dark sick relationships that get worse. The play is nonetheless rewarding in a weird way.
Also Plays in a wonderfully intimate tiny theater.
See it if an excellent, well-acted suspenseful play. The lead actor does an amazing performance as the lead. Much about courage, family infatuation.
Don't see it if you are sensitive to a mean, demeaning mother. you don't like long plays with two intermissions.
See it if you are up for a not easy and sad piece about how negativity and criticism from family can stunt and conflict your growth
Don't see it if you find it difficult to watch the consistent berating being bestowed
See it if You are a deep person who wants to see something amazing and you can relate to
Don't see it if You are looking for pure funny entertainment with no thinking and emotions .
See it if partner's 90 and my 65 attempt to create another Strindberg. Robert Greer always adds comments trivia, water, and cookies pre-show
Don't see it if expect a true Strindberg work or a huge stage production......... fine work at the first preview