Lali and Beng are held captive. No one knows where they’ve been taken or if they’re alive. Or, maybe their story has been broadcast to the world? A story about intimacy, surrender, and the will to live.
See it if You want to see a loving, tender, graphic portrayal of brutality and torture. An interesting look into what you hope to never see.
Don't see it if You just want fluffy, fun, mindless theatre.
See it if Very well acted play that gets slow at one point but overall a well done plot and direction.
Don't see it if Not a fun story. Deep, riveting. If u want lite, easy or musical.
"'2 Women in a Cell, Grasping for Sanity in ‘No One Is Forgotten.’ This play, a response to the rise in the deaths of journalists, is a reminder that imprisonment can happen to anyone."
★★★★ "Miller...injects the proceedings with a Beckettian timelessness. This could be anywhere; they could be anyone...Leaving their vanity at the stage door, Friedman and Hayon are harrowing in physically and psychologically demanding roles."
"'Two Imprisoned Women Cling to Their Memories in No One Is Forgotten.' Winter Miller's terrifying two-hander makes its world premiere."
"This two women in an unnamed foreign country prison cell scenario is a shakily hollow mélange of Genet, Beckett and Pinter. The dialogue is well-shaped, but it comes across as an artificial exercise containing moments of engaging clarity rather than a fully realized play."
"The harrowingly good play, 'No One is Forgotten,' written and directed by the focused And brilliant Winter Miller...elevated to the level of defiant insurgence watching the two actors stand up to the heavens and the heaviness of the unknown simply by stayed alive...the two rebels struggle to hold on to their senses, even as they lose track of the time and their precarious situation... They exercise their bodies and their brains with an intensity worthy of the heroic incarcerated creatures that they have become,..Their entanglement with each other resonates. Miller has created a piece that ricochets with unsettling power...One I hope we all see, hear, and heed."